New Two-Door Jeep Wrangler Pickup: What You Need To Know

Jun 27, 2017 01:00 AM EDT | Paul Urban

The two-door Jeep Wrangler Pickup is highly anticipated and well, it is understandable why. Wranglers have been the king of off-roading, which spans several decades. Many attempted to take the glory away from it. Well, competitors have come close but not close enough.

What is the big deal with the two-door Jeep Wrangler Pickup anyway? For one, it gives it entirely new character. Having it two-door and a pickup style breaks free from the usual Wranglers that everyone's used to seeing. Not that the Wrangler style is getting old, but anything new is most of the time exciting.

The  is reported to share the same windshield, grille, headlights, bumpers, front fenders, and hood with the regular Wrangler. The only thing that keeps it different is that it won't have the JL Wrangler's line that runs below the windows on the front and rear doors.

From the , it is suggested that the vents behind the front wheel openings may be gone as well. The two-door Jeep Wrangler Pickup is expected to be angle-cut to follow the shape of the door opening. This is significantly different than the usual vertical gap between the bed and cab seen in most pickup trucks.

Well, this is not an ordinary pickup, it is a Jeep Wrangler Pickup, so expect for it to be cut above the rest. The two-door Jeep Wrangler Pickup has since been gaining popularity since news about it first came out. Even more interesting, reports say that it is set to have its first official reveal this year. The official date has not been made official, though.

If this is the case, the long-standing interest on this highly anticipated two-door Jeep Wrangler Pickup finally comes to a close. It is interesting to see if reports on its exterior and power capabilities are in congruence with the reports initially acquired from analysis of experts and enthusiasts.

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