Information is starting to trickle out about the next generation Jeep Wrangler. The word is that the next Wrangler will retain front and rear solid axles, but it will likely lose the characteristic full-size spare tire and the fold-down windshield. It may get an optional power retractable soft-top.
There is no word yet on the choice of power trains. The 3.6L Pentastar V6 is a good match to the current Wrangler, but is it enough to stay competitive? Should Jeep work to add a diesel or a hybrid drivetrain? How about a good-old V8? What about a small turbocharged engine?
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Updating and redesigning an off-road icon is a slow and arduous process, so do not expect to see the next Wrangler before 2016 model year (an likely later than that).
Check out this fun TFLcar video of a custom 2013 Jeep Wrangler with an 6.4L SRT Hemi.