Jeep is showing its all-new Wrangler part by part. Just a few days ago the car manufacturer released a set of exterior photos, while today they’ve decided to show SUV’s cabin. The iconic nameplate is going to be officially introduced in a few weeks at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show, but by the time we will know pretty much everything about the all-new 2018 Jeep Wrangler.
As for the interior shots, they are revealing, well, some expected and some unexpected details. Even though the dash seems overcrowded on the first glance, it’s actually very clean and easy to use. Jeep has decided to make a linear dashboard with four pretty huge HVAC vents. They’ve redesigned the gauge cluster, so aside from two analog gauges there is a useful driver-information screen right in the middle. The redesigned Wrangler sports an UConnect infotainment at pretty much the same place as earlier. Still, the system is heavily updated and a far better.
It’s pretty clear that the SUV hosts more buttons from its predecessor. There are some additional knobs for the sound system, as well as a unique Climate Control panel. Both the Auto Start/Stop system and the Traction Control system are featuring own buttons, while the sporty leather steering wheel gets the usual commands. The red contrast affected the steering wheel and the gearshift, and both look pretty damn good. God bless the six-speed manual because it looks better than awesome. Plus, it has a manual transfer case. We’ve almost forgotten to say that the steering wheel has heaters, and so are the front seats.
The interior of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler combines a retro look with the latest technologies, which altogether looks gorgeous. Still, let’s wait for the official debut, because we are sure that the carmaker didn’t show everything.