A report from Auburn Hills
has given us some new details on what to expect from the 2018 Jeep Wrangler.
Traditionally, the Jeep Wrangler has round headlights, but the 2018 Wrangler will offer customers LED or HID options as well.
This is a great move by Jeep since even the cheapest Dodges and Chryslers can get HID headlights now.
There are more changes to the upcoming Wrangler's lighting too. The 2018 Wrangler will have its turn signals moved to the outer fenders instead of the traditional places in the grille.
This was likely done for cost reduction as it would allow Jeep to use a single assembly for forward facing and side lights.
Yet another change to the turn signals would be their placement in the side mirrors along with a warning for blind spot detection.
Moving to the rear of the Wrangler, the exposed screws will be ditched in the 2018 model. The rear lights are likely going to be based on the Renegade's rear lighting.
In addition to these lighting changes, we can also expect to see long awaited variants, like a pickup, and a solid roof SUV.