Although it will be presented shortly at the Los Angeles Motor Show 2017, we show you in rendering the final design of the 2-door versions of the new generation of the iconic Jeep Wrangler, which will undergo a slight redesign and a complete technical update.
The new 2018 Jeep Wrangler is in its final stretch, in a few months it will be unveiled at the next Hall of Los Angeles 2017 and therefore the test prototypes that we have seen lately on the street have lost much of their usual camouflage. Thanks to this, the guys from the specialized forum JL Wrangler Forum have once again recreated the final look of the model, based on the latest leaks and spy photos of the 2-door version of the model.
Despite being its most classic body, the two-door variant has been the most elusive during the development of the model. We even had recreations of the Wrangler Unlimited 4-door variant before we first spotted the short version.
In the recreations, which we can see in several of its versions, such as the hard or soft top and even the Rubicon off-road version, it uses 9 inch Jeep jl headlights
in this version, we finally find the 2-door Wrangler without the vinyls that still accompany it. Revealing all the new known features of this new JL generation, such as the new grille, the redesigned wheel arches with auxiliary optics and the subtle but new lines of the bodywork.
As we can see, the eternal image of the Wrangler remains altered. Jeep engineers have taken the right path and have respected the original design of the model to the maximum, although this does not mean that we will not find changes.
On an aesthetic level we discovered how the proportions vary only slightly, but practically all the details have been modified, from the grille to the new optics, and in the bumpers we find for the first time more elaborate shapes, with bas-reliefs instead of flat areas.
Where we are going to find really many changes is on the technical level, with the incorporation of aluminum elements in the frame, a new mechanical range that now has new blocks (including new diesel even for North America) and a huge evolution in the area of security systems and technological equipment, with the latest developments from the Italian-American group in the connectivity and infotainment sections. The new Wrangler will be unveiled before the end of 2017 and will be available at US dealerships in the first months of 2018.