2018 Jeep Wrangler Interior: What We Can Learn
Jeep has been working hard to keep the all-new 2018 Wrangler under wraps until its official debut, but we've gotten plenty of glimpses at what's in store for the legendary 4x4 model. Our latest look gives us a pretty clear view of the upcoming Wrangler's interior. Here's what we can deduce from the latest spy photos.
Like previous Wranglers, it seems from these photos that the all-new 2018 model will have a shallow, largely vertical dashboard. This kind of design harkens back to the flat metal dash of the earliest military and civilian Jeeps, and helps maintain a minimalist air in what is, admittedly, becoming a more and more luxurious 4x4.
In particular, we note the large central infotainment screen, likely Fiat-Chrysler's UConnect system that handles navigation, music and heated seats, and displays information on vehicle settings and climate control. Previous Wranglers have boasted a (somewhat) weatherproofed dashboard, to allow owners to pull the drain plugs from the floor and hose out the interior; we're curious as to whether Jeep will offer some kind of waterproofing to save the touchscreen from downpours and mud splashes. Read more about the 2018 Jeep Wrangler Interior...