Jeep releases Next Generation Wrangler interior With More Photos

FCA revealed official two images of the new 2018 Jeep Wrangler interior. The images show the new Wrangler will focus on the dashboard and keep a simple layout.

Last week, we saw the redesigned 2018 Jeep Wrangler with a few images which were released by FCA at the 2017 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, and today Jeep posted the first up-close interior photos. A pair of photos shows the interior of the next-generation model.

With a simple design, the power window controls remain in the center stack that gets an array of four auxiliary control buttons which can be used to control accessories. You can notice that the window switches are on the center stack, but not on the doors.

There are also buttons for the Auto Start/Stop system, the heated front seats, the heated steering wheel, and the Traction Control system. The new Wrangler has a 12v power port, media ports, and the power window controls.

The two center HVAC vents are located at the dash panel for a straighter-across symmetrical look. There is also the electronic sway bar disengagement and below that there are two shift levers, one for the transmission and one for the two-speed transfer case.

Jeep stated, “The all-new Wrangler’s interior design combines authentic styling, precision craftsmanship, and high-quality materials that result in improved versatility and comfort for drivers and passengers.”

The company will officially launch the vehicle on Nov. 29 at the Los Angeles Auto Show.

 

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