50-plus photos reveal a range of models including Euro-spec diesels.

Usually when we’re fortunate enough to catch preproduction or prototype vehicles in action, we get a few shots of a single machine. This time around we have an entire fleet of new Jeep Wranglers, including a good look at soft-top models in both two-door and four-door guise. Early rumors suggested the traditional soft top might not make it to the new Wrangler, instead being replaced by removable hardtops. Unless these photos show clever soft-top camouflage over hard-top roofs, we can put that rumor to bed.

We’re also able to glimpse Euro-spec Wranglers in this montage, identifiable primarily by minor differences in lighting and trim. To see what we mean, below left is a Euro-spec diesel compared to a North American Rubicon on the right. Note the different bumper and tail light designs.

 

Jeep Wrangler Euro Spec spy photo
Jeep Wrangler Rubicon spy photo
Jeep Wrangler Euro Spec spy photo
Jeep Wrangler Rubicon spy photo

 

Featured in this collage are Euro-spec diesel Wranglers in two-door and four-door Unlimited Rubicon trim, joined by a North American-spec Wrangler in two-door Rubicon soft-top trim, an Unlimited Rubicon soft top, and an Unlimited Sahara soft top. With all the Wranglers parked together, it was also a great chance to snap some shots of the various roof designs.

 

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Powertrain choices are still expected to be the same as we’ve been reporting. That means a Pentastar V6 with an eight-speed automatic as the primary option, with a 2.0-liter four cylinder and a 3.0-liter diesel V6 also being available. There’s also still talk of a hybrid Wrangler eventually making its way into the fold.

We expect the curtain to finally lift on the much-anticipated Wrangler in a couple months, with an expected debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Four-door Unlimited models could go on sale before the end of the year, with two-door models starting production in early 2018.

Source: Automedia

 

Gallery: Jeep Wrangler Fleet Spy Photos