Jeep has revealed a few surprise images of its new Wrangler ahead of the car's official debut at the Los Angeles motor show at the end of November. We'll have the complete images and details in a few weeks at the show, but this trio of photos shows the new Jeep fully uncovered, and it's exactly what we've been expecting.
The US manufacturer has yet to reveal any particular details about its latest generation of the iconic 4x4, stating merely that there will be 'dozens of different door, top, and windscreen combinations', according to the company's official press release. As you can see here, the Wrangler will continue to be offered with two doors or four and your choice of hard- or soft-top, and an evolutionary design that stays true to the iconic Jeep shape. There's supposedly a Wrangler pickup in the works, too, but that won't come out for another few years.
Under the massive bonnet, we're told there will be 'advanced fuel-efficient powertrains', which in US terms means miles per gallon in double figures.
Rumour has it we'll see a turbocharged four-cylinder petrol, diesel and hybrid variants, and even an updated version of the 3.6-litre V6 used in the current model, paired up with an eight-speed automatic transmission. Of course, the Wrangler will come with the latest, most advanced version of Jeep's four-wheel-drive system. This has to be the king of the off-road world, after all.
We'll know everything on 29 November, when Jeep reveals the Wrangler at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show. For now, see the trio of images in the gallery below.