Jeep is currently hard at work not only getting Wranglers out the factory door to the buyers, but also on getting ready to give the Wrangler a new design. While nothing has been shown to hint at what to expect from this, that hasn’t stopped anyone from trying to piece together ideas from what we already know. One such writer for Four Wheeler did just that and has some evidence to back up his thoughts.
One of the bigger Jeep events is the Moab Easter Safari. As it is with the rest, this year’s had Jeep bring along a number of concept Jeeps to show off to their fans. This year’s models were of all shapes and sizes. While there was nothing there to hint at what a Wrangler update would be, Fred Williams has a theory.
“Take it with a grain of salt. Jeep will build the next Wrangler with four eventual body styles, not just two: a lightweight two-door, a four-door Unlimited, a pickup truck, and a Wagoneer.”
Where is this idea coming from? It’s based on thinking of what the future holds due to new emission and mileage standards. Jeep is going to have a rougher road ahead than most to keep up with the regulations. “However, the 2013 Moab saw a super-lightweight concept known as Stich with a fabric body and slim trim lightened parts. This is a hint to a future lightweight Jeep two-door in order to meet stringent standards based on footprint.”
Check out the rest of the article to see his full thoughts. It is hard not to agree that Jeep will have to jump through numerous hoops to get the new Wrangler around harder regulations. What do you want to see in the next Wrangler?
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