Jeep has revealed further images of its new hard-core off-road Jeep Wrangler, showing its updated interior which gets more of a rework than the outside.
The new Wrangler, which will come with a range of engine options and either an eight-speed automatic or six-speed manual transmission, will be available in at least three variants – Saraha, Rubicon and the resurrected 1980s Scrambler.
Interior images of the Rubicon model revealed here show a glimpse of updates made to the trail-rated two-door, which matches red plastic ascents with its exterior paint colour.
Despite being the most off-road focused model in the lineup, the Rubicon is shown kitted with creature comforts including heated seats and heated steering wheel, dual-zone climate control, non-adaptive cruise control, engine stop-start and automatic headlights.
The Rubicon retains its off-road cred with front and rear differential locks, sway bar disconnect and four auxiliary switches for aftermarket or potentially dealer-fitted gear.
The images also show a six-speed manual gearshift alongside a low range transfer case.
An updated Uconnect infotainment system is centrally mounted and displays features such as DAB+, WiFi hotpost and mobile phone connectivity. The dash also gets a central LCD display between two analogue binnacles and the steering wheel retains its cruise control and infotainment buttons.
The modernised interior will be a welcome update to the outgoing model’s finish but traditional Wrangler elements such as the chunky passenger grip and round air vents have been incorporated into the new design.
Set for its debut at this month’s Los Angeles motor show, TMR will be in attendance to bring all of the details as they’re released.
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