The Jeep Wrangler pickup truck isn’t due to go into production until 2019, however it’s been spied looking more production ready than ever before by our friends over at JL Wrangler Forums.
The Wrangler pickup’s development process certainly won’t be rushed. The last time the truck was spotted was last summer, however this development prototype looks much more production ready than the one that was first spotted. It’s still draped in black camouflage to hide its body lines and details, but the general size and shape of the truck can easily be made out.
The Wrangler pickup will have much in common with the Jeep Wrangler JL, which is expected to debut at tor sometime just before the Los Angeles Auto Show in November before going into production on November 13th. The current Wrangler JK will stay in production alongside the new Wrangler JL at Jeep’s Toledo, Ohio plant until until March 30th, 2018, at which point the plant will be retooled to make way for the pickup. It will officially enter production in late 2019.
Check out the spy photos of the 2019 Jeep Wrangler pickup over at JL Wrangler Forums.