Some automobiles are redesigned and redesigned to the point that you cannot even recognize it anymore. While we don’t have a problem with redesigns, sometimes they are necessary and really improve the vehicle, we like when the redesigns make us feel a little nostalgic and hearken back to the earlier days of the specific vehicle. It is nice to know that the people at Jeep seem to agree with us, as we have gotten a look at what the new Jeep Wrangler at All Star Jeep Dealer near University City will look like in regards to the grill. Let’s take a deeper look at the new grill on the Jeep Wrangler.
The design is a mix of old and new styling elements, with CJ-style round headlights that encroach on the iconic seven-slot grille, a kink in the middle similar to the original 1987 Wrangler’s, a strong trapezoidal shape with curved edges, and no openings for turn signal lights, which have presumably been moved to the fenders.
It’s been confirmed that the new Wrangler will remain body-on-frame and will be available as both an SUV and a pickup this time around, however spy photos of prototypes being tested on public roads suggest it will trade its roll cage for more traditional roof rails fitted with removable panels.
“A trio of motors including turbocharged four-cylinder and V6 gasoline engines, plus the Wrangler’s first diesel is expected to be offered with a choice of automatic and manual transmissions. The Wrangler is currently scheduled to hit the trails by the end of this year.”-foxnews.com
For more information on the current Jeep Wrangler or to take a test drive, head to All Star. Their team is waiting to serve you!