Jeep's next-generation Wrangler is set to have a sliding convertible roof.
The American brand's new Wrangler has been revealed via what appears to be a leaked owner's manual and was published on website jlwranglerforums.
In the manual it reveals that the open-top off-roader will have the traditional options of a soft top or a hardtop as well as a new 'sliding power roof'.
The sliding power roof works like a conventional convertible with a simple push button mechanism to both open and close and can be operated at speed up to 96km/h.
Unlike the other pop-top version, the power roof can not be removed, however, the rear quarter windows can be removed separately.
Active safety functions include blind spot monitoring, rear cross traffic alert and tyre pressure monitoring.
The manual mentions a 2.0-litre and a 3.6-litre engine, but doesn't give any mechanical specifics.
The 2018 Jeep Wrangler is expected to be officially debuted at the 2017 Los Angeles motor show.
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