The 2018 Jeep Wrangler isn’t scheduled to be officially revealed for a few more months, but leaked images may have uncovered its new design.
The grainy black and white shots posted to JLWranglerForums.com purportedly show the top of the line Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon and depict many of the SUV’s new features.
The overall look hasn’t changed much, but there’s a longer hood, a more prominent front bumper, vents behind the front fenders, and a character line running under what appear to be taller windows.
A kinked grille has outer slats that curve around the headlights, while the turn signals move to the fenders. The Wrangler’s signature hood latches and exposed door hinges remain, as does its fold-down windshield, despite rumors that the feature wouldn’t make the cut.
If authentic, the images also confirm that the next-generation Wrangler will have a fully removable roof and doors, with framework replacing the sport bar used on the current model.
Overall, the look is in line with a lot of rumors that have been floating around about the 2018 Wrangler, as well as what photos of camouflaged prototypes have suggested.