Jeep Gladiator Concept

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Typically we wouldn’t cover a concept vehicle dating all the way back to 2005 (as is the case with the above pictured Gladiator), but since Jeep announced today that they would finally be rolling out a Jeep Wrangler pickup truck, we figured we could bend the rules a little.

While it’s a bit too late to roll this new pickup truck out during the Wrangler’s current product cycle, fans can expect the long awaited Wrangler-based truck to arrive in 2017, sometime after the Wrangler’s next iteration. We don’t know a whole lot about the impending 4×4, but we do know it will be built in Toledo, and that’s a good sign.

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