After months of seeing concept pictures and camouflaged images, Jeep Wrangler finally gets caught in its near production version in the newer spy shots.
The good news is that there is hardly any camouflage to hide the overall shape. The front looks similar to the leaked images in the past and shows that the trademark grille and the slots are now taller than the outgoing models. You will notice that the headlights interact with the grille design. There are the fender mounted indicators and the traditionally exposed hood latches similar to the outgoing version.
There are hinges at the windshield hinting that this will possibly have a fold-down option. The doors will also be detachable. The Jeep Wrangler will also have contrasting black fender flares and body color versions available to choose from. At the back of the Wrangler, there is a new set of taillights that are LED units with an I-beam shape to them. The previously exposed gas filler is no longer present on the new model and is replaced for a fixed filler door.
The license plate remains on the bumper and the rear window wiper has also been moved a bit. The rear bumper gets some red lenses which are probably reflectors or fog lights that could be seen on the final model. The Jeep Wrangler is expected to debut at the LA Auto Show and hopefully, the deliveries of those vehicles should also follow not very long from then. It should come with mostly a V6 engine or a four cylinder unit which is yet to be confirmed. By the looks of the spy shots and pictures, it is evident that this Jeep Wrangler looks excellent in its final form.