Jeep could’ve really screwed it up. The 2018 Wrangler could’ve been a pastiche of its iconic predecessors: all style for the mall parking lot, but none of the off-road ability some owners still demand. Happily, our first real-life glimpse of the 2018 Wrangler suggests Jeep has done just fine.
From the outside, there’s no mistaking it for anything else. The keystone-shaped grille is flanked by round headlamps, while the windshield is fold-down, just like it should be. The rear gets the squared-off tail lamps that tell you you’re following a Wrangler.
Jeep has plenty of options out of the gate. There are apparently dozens of different combinations of door, top, and windshield, in fact, including a new Sky OneTouch powertop for easier opening. Two regular hardtops and a soft top are also on offer.
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