2024 Jeep Gladiator Hybrid and Magneto Electric Truck

2024 Jeep Gladiator electric

We are getting another great truck, the 2024 Jeep Gladiator is coming soon. The current iteration of the Jeep Gladiator is that old. It was only recently that the pickup was updated and improved a lot. The current Gladiator is not the best-selling pickup on the market. The competition is fierce and numerous, so we…

2019 Jeep Scrambler: News, Design, Specs, Price

2019 Jeep Scrambler

Jeep recently revealed the new-generation Wrangler which brand claims is the most capable and techier yet. But what Jeep fans are eagerly waiting as well is the Wrangler-based pickup truck. The truck version was expected alongside the new Wrangler and but Jeep delayed model’s debut about a year from now. We know now that production of this model will begin in Nov 2018 and production will take place at the Toledo Assembly Complex. The pickup truck will likely be marketed as the 2019 Jeep Scrambler.

The new Jeep’s truck will be based on the redesigned Wrangler Unlimited and will share similar styling, powertrains, and technology. The truck will likely use two of three Wrangler’s engines and will offer differed top options while will come with four-door cab only.

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2018 Jeep Wrangler Pickup Truck: News, Design, Diesel engine

2018 Wrangler Pickup Truck

Jeep is working on the new generation of its iconic, go-anywhere Wrangler model which will again be available in two- and four-door Unlimited versions. The expectations are high and Wrangler’s fans are expecting that Jeep’s off-roader will preserve its timeless identity and exceptional capability but will also follow modern trends as far as possible. However, FCA also promised Wrangler-based pickup truck which should enter production alongside with the Wrangler model late this year in brand’s plant in Toledo, Ohio. The new 2018 Jeep Wrangler Pickup Truck could make its debut at 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show and we expect more details about both model closer to their introduction.

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2017 Jeep Scrambler: Design, Engines, Price

Jeep has been very busy working on many projects. According to many reports, the popular Cherokee will likely get Hellcat-powered version and new Compass is also underway as the replacement of the Patriot and Compass models. But it seems that Jeep is working on more fronts simultaneously and the next generation of the Wrangler will come sometime in 2017. However, there is even more and Jeep will also return the pickup truck in its lineup. In the best-case scenario, the Jeep’s pickup truck might come as the 2017 Jeep Scrambler or later as 2018 model.

What is it?

After many years of speculations, it seems that Jeep finally recognized that it is time to fill its impressive lineup of vehicles with the pickup truck. The popularity of pickup is progressive and Jeep knows that this might be the right moment for its inclusion. Jeep had CJ-8 Scrambler model back in 80’s which included half-cab which transformed into pickup style box. Now, we will get the Wrangler-based pickup truck which might again use Scrambler nameplate or not. However, what is important is that we will finally get the new off-road ready pickup truck.

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2017 Jeep Wrangler Pickup: Design, Powertrains

2017 Jeep Wrangler Pickup

The things in the pickup truck industry are developing fast lately. It is especially hot in mid-size class where many models have been redesigned but more than a few have been announced to come. Even Mercedes plans to offer its version of the pickup truck and there is also Tesla Motors which might build the first all-electric truck. But rumor about Jeep Wrangler based pickup truck has been present since the introduction of the Gladiator Concept in 2005.

However, it has become more than rumor now because Jeep SEO Mike Manley and Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne have said at the Detroit Auto Show that this pickup truck is actually happening and it will arrive in late 2017. The new 2017 Jeep Wrangler Pickup will be built alongside with new-generation Wrangler which should be larger and more efficient and both models will be produced in Toledo, Ohio. Details about new pickup’s design and power trains are still unclear as it is with next-gen Wrangler but some assumption have been made.

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