Just like the Wrangler’s exterior, the cabin too follows an evolutionary design - the basic setup remains largely unchanged.
Switchgear on the car’s shallow and upright dashboard comes heavily revised, with more tech on offer. From the pictures, it appears to feature a body-coloured strip that runs the length of the unit. There are new circular air-con vents that sit beside a large, central touchscreen infotainment system. The controls for both sit lower down, with the power window switches located near the base of the centre stack. The instrument cluster has been tweaked, but the Wrangler continues to feature an analogue unit. The car could feature start-stop system, reverse camera, navigation function, heated steering and key-less entry and go.
Under the hood, the current range of engines will be carried forward, albeit in updated avatars and the car may also receive a hybrid powertrain. The updated car is set to make its global debut towards the end of the year.
Jeep will bring the new Wrangler here shortly after its launch in international markets with the India-spec car currently being imported as CBU. The brand is currently focussed on the introduction of its Compass SUV in India.