2018 Jeep Wrangler

Nov 1, 2017

Category: Rides

With so many auto shows this season, there are a lot of impressive releases popping up. Still, some of the most exciting ones are still the new versions of old standard classics – like Jeep’s SEMA show teaser of the new 2018 Jeep Wrangler range.

Unfortunately, the full-release of the brilliant SUV wont occur until the Los Angeles Auto Show on November 29th of this year, but these photos do give us a bit of a glimpse into what we can expect from the 2018 models. For instance, the off-road ready Rubicon looks as great as ever with its open-air cab, meaning that the roof and doors both come completely off and the windshield folds down – all major pluses for those who like being one with the elements while out on the trails. We’ve also gotten a look at the new 4-door Unlimited model, which is notably more city friendly than the Rubicon (as it should be), but still boasts the vehicle’s signature styling. For Jeep fans everywhere, it’s looking like the new year models are more of the same. And that’s a very very good thing.

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