The Jeep Wrangler pickup is set to make its debut later this year, and we hope it'll look a lot like this. These renderings come to us from JeepScramblerForum.com, and they're the perfect thing to hold us over until we see the real thing in late 2018.
The people at the forums say these drawings are based on "spy photos, CAD leaks and insider tips we've received." Certainly, these renderings, published with permission from the forum, match up with the Wrangler pickup spy photos we've shown you, and carry similar styling to the four-door Wrangler on sale currently. The Wrangler pickup will basically be a four-door with a bed, so don't be surprised to see it looking quite a lot like this.
Here, the pickup is imagined in a few different trim levels with different wheels, and a mix of body-color and black fender flares. The colors are all based on those available on the current Wrangler. We're partial to Sarge Green.
You've also probably noticed the "Scrambler" name written on these trucks. There was a rumor going around a while back that Jeep would call its pickup "Scrambler," reviving a name that appeared on the pickup version of the CJ-8 made from 1981-1986. Earlier this year, Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne said Jeep had not yet chosen a name for this new model.
In any case, we expect to see the Wrangler pickup debut at an auto show later this year, possibly the Los Angeles Auto Show in November, and it's set to arrive at dealers in April 2019. Until then, we'll just have to stare at these pictures and daydream. And of course, you can catch up on everything we know about the Wrangler pickup here.
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