Jeep Scrambler Rubicon pickup is about to become serialOctober 28, 2018
Jeep is seriously considering a pickup truck based on the Wrangler model.
It is expected that the new model Jeep Scrambler will be built on the basis of the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited and will be different from him a new body.
Jeep is seriously reflecting on the creation of its first serial pickup truck over the past decades. It is expected that it will be based on the latest generation of Jeep Wrangler, and the light truck will be named Jeep Scrambler. Designer Wraith, based on spy photos, presented his vision of the new model on the Jeep Scrambler Forum.
Design renders are a pickup in the flagship version of Rubicon, created on the basis of the same version of the SUV. At the same time, the sketch largely coincides with the test prototypes that came before the photospies — perhaps the larger difference was that they had a larger cargo platform.
In general, the Jeep Scrambler will in many ways begin to repeat the serial Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, not counting the cargo compartment, and the pickup’s motor line will repeat the same for the SUV. This means that there will be gasoline and diesel engines, and the appearance of a hybrid version is also possible.
The Jeep Scrambler will be launched at the brand’s factory in Toledo, Ohio, and the pickup will enter the market in 2019 – Chevrolet Colorado, GMC Canyon, Ford Ranger, Nissan Frontier and Toyota Tacoma will be competing for the new product, as well as a pickup truck that will be ready for debut in 2020 similar class from Dodge.