Codenamed “JT,” this new Wrangler Pickup will be constructed off of the exact same new architecture set to underpin the redesigned 2018 Jeep Wrangler which carries a “JL” internal designation. While the platform will include a significantly higher portion of weight-saving materials, it’s expected to rely more on high-strength steel than aluminum to assist trim those additional pounds.
2019 Jeep Wrangler Pickup Design
The majority of the spy shots we’ve gotten of the Wrangler pickup have actually been from a bird’s- eye perspective. However this time, one of our spy photographers got up near to the truck at ground level. The brand-new view shows us some intriguing details regarding the truck’s suspension, along with the positioning of the extra tire.
Instantly apparent is that the Wrangler pickup will have the same sort of suspension design as its SUV brother or sister. Solid axles are utilized at the front and rear, and it appears that the rear axle is coil-sprung, since there are no leaf springs nor shackles present underneath. The pictures also expose that the truck will not have a tailgate-mounted spare tire like the SUV. Rather, it will have a more standard truck place underneath the bed.
Few other brand-new details can be seen from the spy pictures. This model sports the same production-style bed we’ve formerly seen. The images also really reveal simply the length of time this Wrangler pickup is. With such a long wheelbase and rear overhang, the pickup will have more difficulty with hills than the bed-less versions. Naturally, it will also be able to carry more than those Wranglers.
2019 Jeep Wrangler Pickup Engine
The brand-new Jeep Wrangler apparently will provide the option of FCA’s brand-new 2.0-liter turbocharged “Hurricane” 4-cylinder that’s reported to establish near to 300 horse power and be backed by a new 8-speed automatic in addition to the well-proven 3.6-liter Pentastar V6. A turbodiesel and plug-in hybrid powertrains also are believed to be in the pipeline. While the fundamental Wrangler family will enter production late this year, the Pickup build will not begin until 2019. All Wrangler variants will be put together at the freshly updated Jeep center in Toledo, Ohio.
2019 Jeep Wrangler Pickup Release Date
We anticipate it go on sale in late 2019 based on previous reports.