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Old 07-25-2014, 02:57 PM   #1
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Grand Wagoneer & Next-Gen Wrangler Concept Sketches

Kevin Chun, who is a contestant on truTV's Motor City Masters and whose father designed the original Shelby Mustangs, used to work for Jeep. I found these design sketches on his web site.
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Old 07-25-2014, 04:20 PM   #2
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Yeah I'm sure that'll just be flying off the lots....

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Old 07-27-2014, 12:21 PM   #3
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I really like the Wrangler in the lower right.
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Are FJ's selling so well Fiat feels the need to copy them? I know this is concept art. I wouldn't get m panties in a bunch over it. Concept art is always goofy and rarely does the final product look much like it.
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I see a lot of FJ in the lower left, but not in the lower right.

And I think Toyota killed the FJ...
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Looks like they've uglied both of them up to match the Cherokee...not interested.

And Toyota killed the FJ when they introduced the latest one a few years back...it's been dying a slow, painful death since then.
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I mean they killed the new FJ Cruiser. There won't be a 2015 model.
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I knew what you meant...I just said it took this long to die.
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I mean they killed the new FJ Cruiser. There won't be a 2015 model.
From my understanding the FJ was never meant to even last this long... it was a tribute to Toyotas Off-Roading past and was only meant to be in production a couple of years, i don't believe they ever had anticipations of it being a high production vehicle. Not sure why they would aim so low in the market... or if they are just saying that now in retrospect.
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The next Wrangler has to have round headlights!

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