Trucks 2018 Jeep Wrangler 1

Judging from the spy shots just starting to emerge, the next generation (2018) Jeep Wrangler won’t stray much from its current squared off look. This unique convertible truck already broke new ground when Jeep began offering it in four-door (Unlimited) form a few years back, keeping the foldable roof and removable doors to become a major sales hit.

Jeep is now reportedly looking to expand the line again with a new pickup body style, and perhaps a diesel engine, which would take on mid-size rivals like the Canyon/Colorado and Toyota Tacoma. The revised Wrangler is set to go on sale next fall.

Trucks 2018 Jeep Wrangler 2

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