New JL Wranglers Spotted on Rubicon Trail Testing always has leading information about what is going on with the new model Jeep. On August 10, 2017, forum member “Eugene the Jeep” shared some spy photos of heavily camouflaged JL Wranglers out on the Rubicon Trail in Northern California.

Eugene the Jeep, Aug 10, 2017

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Not my pics but they show a few JL Rubicons out testing on the Rubicon trail. It’s good to see Jeep doing a lot of testing on different terrains. Just can’t believe they still have so much cover on them.

Added video and pics taken by fellow member




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Next-Gen 2018 Jeep Wrangler Caught Testing in Spy Video –


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