Jeep has continued its slow reveal of the 2018 Wrangler JL, dropping two new photos showing off the interior.
After showing us what the new Wrangler will look like from the outside, the brand has dropped new photos of the updated interior. New premium materials are seen along with a body-color dash panel, though overall the feel is still unmistakenly Jeep.
What appears to be an eight-inch touchscreen is mounted high in the dash while the HVAC controls have been laid out on a horizontal bar underneath.
Moving down the center stack, the window switches are found as the doors are still removable, while to the sides can be found a 12V plug and a spot for media to be plugged in. Finally, at the bottom of the stack is where all the fun off-road buttons are found. There is a bank of four auxiliary buttons, allowing owners to wire electronics straight to these switches, nestled beside the buttons to lock the front and rear differentials or just the rear.
And in what surely isn’t a coincidence, a six-speed manual transmission can be seen in the center of this new Wrangler, likely hooked to the updated 3.6-liter V6, confirming for sure that a row-your-ovewn option will be available.
Watch for all the details when the Wrangler JL debuts at the LA Auto Show on Nov. 29.
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