If there's a machine out there that's appropriate to drive when going for the extreme outdoors – especially every summer, the Jeep Wrangler has got to be one of the few. Now, even more awesome is that the off-roader got updated with an all-new model, which is more appealing and pleasing to look at.
With the looks of it, ruggedness and reliability are a basic thing, perfect for any kind of adventure. When compared side by side, the changes are instantly visible between the current and the all-new Wrangler. With the spotlight-stealing redesigned headlamps, the 2018 Wrangler has overtaken its predecessor. Not to mention that it has an updated keystone-shaped grille which now comes with longer strips.
The all-new Wrangler also gets signal and park lights on its fender flares, as well as a newly-designed front bumpers. However, despite these changes and as always, the Wrangler remains firm on looking like a Jeep with its round headlamps, large fender flares, and signature front-end grille.
Another thing worth mentioning is that the American company has blessed the vehicle with an open-air driving freedom, which is a good news to hardcore off-road junkies. Off note, the 2018 Wrangler now features a fold-down windshield, which could be toppled down on the hood for an authentic off-roading experience.
There are no technical details yet regarding the 2018 Wrangler. However, Jeep promised to hand out additional images and in-depth information at this year's Los Angeles Auto Show, happening on November 29.
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