The Jeep Scrambler, colloquially known as the Jeep Wrangler Pickup, is coming – and today we have our first look at the highly-anticipated pickup truck’s headlights and grille, thanks to a new batch of spy photos.
In previous spy shots, the Scrambler’s headlights and grille were heavily camouflaged, but today’s pictures show that the Scrambler will, in fact, feature a front end design that is extremely similar – if not identical – to the new Wrangler new JL. In fact, the headlights, fog-lights and grille all look identical to those on the new Wrangler. The same holds true for the Scrambler’s forward turn signals: positioned on the front of the trapezoidal wheel flares, you can see them peeking out from under the camouflage.
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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