The Jeep Scrambler, informally referred to as the Jeep Wrangler Pickup, is slowly playing the undressing game. Last week, it showed off key elements of the production-intent front end – the headlights and grille. Today, Jeep’s upcoming midsize pickup truck reveals its production taillights.
The shots show the taillights pushed out to what seems to be the outermost edge of the vehicle and mounted rather high on the edge of the cargo box. Another notable part of the rear light design is how the units interact with the Scrambler’s unique rear end, which features a tailgate as part of the pickup truck form factor, along with Jeep’s signature fenders.
Expect the Scrambler to ride on a modified variant of the Wrangler JL’s platform, and launch as a 2020 model year vehicle in April 2019 out of the Toledo Assembly Complex in Toledo, Ohio.
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