Like the Jeep Wrangler upon which it’s based, the forthcoming Jeep Scrambler pickup truck looks like it will ship with a removable roof panel, giving drivers the option of leaving nothing between themselves and the wide open sky as they hit the open trail. Recent spy photos of the future model’s interior show visible seams for the removable roof, latching mechanisms, and some sturdy-looking roll bars, all of which point to the same thing: that Jeep’s first pickup truck in more than three decades will most likely be able to drop its top.
Otherwise, the new spy photos, which have been shared by Autoblog, show a dashboard that’s clearly come straight out of a previous-generation (JK) Jeep Wrangler. That’s a bit puzzling, as we’re expecting the Scrambler’s interior to be more in-line with what the all-new (JL) Wrangler offers, but it’s probable that this prototype was simply built using spare JK interior parts out of convenience.
The all-new Jeep Scrambler pickup – if that is it’s real name – is reportedly set to hit showrooms in April of 2019, after a reveal either late this year at the LA Auto Show, or early next at Detroit’s North American International Auto Show. While based on the Jeep Wrangler, an earlier batch of spy photos showed a rear suspension design that was more akin to that of the Ram 1500, suggesting that the Scrambler could pack some serious towing and hauling chops for its size.
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