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Final Jeep Wrangler JK Rolls Off the Assembly Line

After more than 2.1-million units, the final Jeep Wrangler JK has been built.

Rolling off the assembly line at the FCA Toledo Supplier Park, the last Jeep Wrangler JK comes after 12 years of production. The assembly plant will now begin retooling for the all-new Jeep truck that is scheduled to launch in the first half of 2019.

The final unit is a white 2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited and will become one of Jeep’s show properties. To celebrate the occasion, Toledo Assembly Complex employees took pictures with the SUV as it rolled off the line.

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Production of the Jeep Wrangler JK began in 2006 and has been part of an innovative supplier co-location concept, where supplier partners build and manage key manufacturing process facilities completely within the plant footprint. The American automaker will continue using the system to produce the new Jeep truck. FCA says Kuka will remain the supplier for the body, while Hyundai Mobis will supply the chassis.

“This workforce has been working practically non-stop for the past several years to fulfill the dreams of Jeep enthusiasts around the world who want to go where only a Wrangler can take them,” said Chuck Padden, Toledo Assembly Complex Manager. “We take great pride in the role we have played in the history of this vehicle and the impact it has made in the Toledo community. We look forward to bringing that same commitment to the all-new Jeep truck.”

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