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Now, Manley has just told the Detroit News the Wrangler Pickup won’t hit production until late 2019. Advertisement – Continue Reading BelowShown above, a fan’s imagining of the upcoming Wrangler Pickup from JLwranglerforums.com. When Jeep first confirmed in January of last year that a Wrangler Pickup was finally–finally!–on its way, brand CEO Mike Manley said it would arrive in late 2017. In other Jeep news, Manley said the upcoming Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer will hit the market in either late 2019 or early 2020. Manley did not indicate where or when the Wrangler pickup will be unveiled to the public.
as mentioned in Many analysts had expected to see the Jeep Wrangler pickup begin production next year, which Jeep confirmed in January 2016 was coming. 1960 Willys Jeep Truck (Photo: Jeep)All of the Jeep trucks were built in Toledo, which is where the Wrangler-based pickup will be built. (Photo: Daniel Mears / The Detroit News)Buy PhotoSan Antonio, Texas — Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV plans to begin producing a Jeep Wrangler-based pickup truck in late 2019, the head of the Jeep brand said. It has shown pickup concepts before, such as the Jeep J-12 produced for the annual Moab Easter Jeep Safari off-roading event in 2012, and a Jeep Gladiator based on the Jeep Wrangler platform that was shown at the 2005 Detroit auto show. Wrangler will shift to the north plant to give it more capacity, and Jeep will use the Supplier Park plant for the Wrangler truck, Manley said.
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Jeep Wrangler spy shots, Volvo hybrid truck, Alpine A110
Follow Viknesh Add to circle2017 Alpine A110 Enlarge PhotoA prototype for Jeep’s next-generation Wrangler, the JL series, has been spotted again. The prototype is for the Wrangler Unlimited body style and is less heavily disguised than earlier testers. French sports car brand Alpine is back, and its first product of the modern era is a new A110. This is the sports car developed alongside a similar model from Caterham, though unfortunately the British design has been canceled. Volvo Trucks last year presented a truck concept that via less weight and a more aerodynamic design curbed fuel consumption by as much as 30 percent compared to a standard truck.
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