Posted on Four Wheeler Network 9/5/17 – Source: KGP Photography
Staked out near Jeep’s Michigan headquarters, spy photographers were able to snap off these images of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, codenamed JL. Running around almost completely undisguised, these images give us the best look yet at the company’s most famous nameplate, slated to be officially revealed in November at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show.
The photos betray a few heritage styling cues, such as the circular headlamps that cut into the outermost grille slats. Such a feature was last available in the Jeep CJ-7 in 1986. Furthermore, amid rumors to the contrary, visible frame hinges all but prove the JL Wrangler will have a folding front windshield, continuing a trend that goes all the way back to the very first Willys MB “Jeep”. Visible hinges on the doors—which we’ve already seen—suggest the doors will be removable, giving the JL true open-air capability.
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