The upcoming Jeep pickup truck, which is said to get the ‘Scrambler’ name, has been spied testing once again, with this latest round of spy shots revealing more of the pickup truck than we’ve seen to date.
The photos reveal solid front and rear axles along with some other suspension components and single rear exhaust pipe. A spare tire can also be seen mounted underneath the bed in the rear.
The Scrambler’s powertrain lineup is expected to consist of an updated version of Fiat Chrysler’s 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine, along with a 300 horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder. An eight-speed automatic will likely be the only transmission option.
As far as appearances and cabin styling goes, you can look to the 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL for hints. The Scrambler will likely share many parts with the next-generation Wrangler, which has already been photographed inside and out and leaked. With a November debut date rumored for the SUVb, it will also debut well before the Scrambler, which isn’t expected until 2020.
Check out the spy photos over at Motor 1.