2018 Jeep Wrangler Interior Caught on Camera 2018 Jeep Wrangler Interior Caught on Camera
Our friends at AutoGuide.com claim that these are spy-shot captured pics of the interior of the new 2018 Jeep JL Wrangler. If so, you... 2018 Jeep Wrangler Interior Caught on Camera

Our friends at AutoGuide.com claim that these are spy-shot captured pics of the interior of the new 2018 Jeep JL Wrangler.

If so, you can see a lot more modern influences right out of the Chrysler/Jeep line-up.

Shown with the human driver blurred out, it still looks like the windows will be powered from switches in the center console, as well as having a more sophisticated climate control system.

The same console and touch screen control unit you would see in anything from a Chrysler Pacifica to the Jeep Grand Cherokee, but with it’s own icons and colors.

And, of course, there is still the traditional “Oh Shit” bar.

What do you think of this new interior?

The same touch screen controls you find in all new FCA vehicles.

Looks like windows will still be controls from the center console.

A Modern Chrysler Interior

A more sophisticated climate control – one more thing to go wrong on the trail?

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  • Gregory Houghton

    May 11, 2017 #1 Author

    It looks great for a mall crawler. Why would anyone taking their Wrangler off road want power windows or any of that other stuff?

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    • ModernJeeper

      May 11, 2017 #2 Author

      That’s a valid point… but if you’ve ever been in a fully built JK (Dana 60’s, 38×12.50’s, fully armored, off road suspension) it is pretty cool to be able to do trails like Fordyce, the Rubicon or any part of Johnson Valley, and still have AC and all the luxuries.

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    • Cliff

      May 12, 2017 #3 Author

      Gregory, because not all people overbuild their jeeps to go rock crawling *only*. In the fall, I live in my Overlander that I built up w ProRocks, 4.5″ Clayton lift, MetalCloak and Synergy suspension components…Hutchinson Rock Crawler deadlocks etc etc…SPECIFICALLY to guarantee I can get myself, my two German shepherds, and about $60k in photography gear both in and out of the odd places in the woods I like to get my landscape shots in. It’s seen “rock duty” and “extreme” use exactly ZERO times. I cook out of it, live in it, sleep on it, fish from it and it’s Gobi rack is more often than not the platform I set up my tripods on for shots. I can not leave my gear behind.
      If interested, here’s the Overlander build…
      https://www.facebook.com/The-Rubi-Doo-Overlander-619846328137183/

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