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Old 05-11-2017, 03:14 PM
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Spy photographers have grabbed a set of clean photos showing the interior of the upcoming 2018 Jeep Wrangler.

A full redesign has arrived for the center stack, which incorporates Chrysler’s updated UConnect infotainment system. All the standard fare, including the HVAC controls and center-mounted window switches, are all still present, but there are some new additions to the dash worth mentioning.

First is a set of four buttons marked 'auxiliary,' which are probably up-fitter switches which can be used to run numerous aftermarket upgrades. Some added comfort is coming to the Wrangler as well in the form of a heated steering wheel and dual-zone climate control.

A 'sway bar' button can also be seen, which will be used to operate the disconnecting sway bar system.

And to top it off, a stick shift is seen in this prototype, so there is a good chance that consumers will still be able to bring home a manual transmission. Powertrain options are expected to include a 3.6-liter V6, a 3.0-liter diesel and a small turbocharged four-cylinder engine.

The new 2018 Jeep Wrangler should debut sometime before the end of 2017.
Read more about the 2018 Jeep Wrangler Interior Spied for First Time at AutoGuide.com.

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i knew uconnect 8.4 would be in there!
wonder what's up with the new rearview mirror?
I see a heated steering wheel also.

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Aux options at the bottom will be nice for all those running multiple options. Not sure about the colored dash, but doesn't look bad.
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I like the looks of it.
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Get rid of the chrome... I can't understand the obsession with making utilitarian vehicles look like luxury cars...

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i also see homelink installed in the visor.
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i also see homelink installed in the visor.
Noticed the same thing, finally... BMW has been putting those in their cars since 2005.. Heated steering is a welcome option too..
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Noticed the same thing, finally... BMW has been putting those in their cars since 2005.. Heated steering is a welcome option too..
What do you think the buttons are for on the large rear view mirror post?
I see buttons there.

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i knew uconnect 8.4 would be in there!
wonder what's up with the new rearview mirror?
I see a heated steering wheel also.
Mother in law has the uconnect 8.4 in her 2016 grand cherokee. Can say I'm not a huge fan, I doesn't seem to work as well as aftermarket units I've used.
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What do you think the buttons are for on the large rear view mirror post?
I see buttons there.

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Probably self dimming mirror turn on/off..
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I think it looks really nice... Even better than the current, imho.
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Had the 8.4 in a Ram, it's meh and makes aftermarket a lot harder. How is all of that tech goona stand up to an unexpected rain sans top?
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Had the 8.4 in a Ram, it's meh and makes aftermarket a lot harder. How is all of that tech goona stand up to an unexpected rain sans top?
Just like it does now... it fries and sizzles if it gets wet.
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My last jeep had the 730 and took numerous downpours to the dash with no ill effects... Maybe I was lucky.

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