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Thread: 2018 JL & Wrangler Pickup rendering

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    Caught the Bug kgxi08's Avatar
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    Got some Renderings!

    1478649396107.jpg1478649403995.jpg1478649410838.jpg1478649417768.jpg1478649423508.jpg1478649427161.jpg1478649433368.jpg1478649437392.jpg JUST RENDERINGS SO yes no maybe so post chat what hear what everybody thinks

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    Guy with a Red 2-Door cozdude's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by kgxi08 View Post
    [H] JUST RENDERINGS SO yes no maybe so post chat what hear what everybody thinks

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    2018 JL & Wrangler Pickup rendering
    http://wayalife.com/showthread.php?t=40879


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    Nothing but a Thing sipafz's Avatar
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    IDK, looks like it's slowly turning into my 2011 Liberty?

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    I think I like the Jeep, but the truck looks a little strange to me. I guess I'm just hooked on the 715 Crew Chief

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    Now that's a truck!

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    Caught the Bug kgxi08's Avatar
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    😂😂😂

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    Where are the hood latches? Hod latches are one of the iconic features of a wrangler. I do like the new roof though.



    I am also curious if they go with aluminum frame like Ford. With the abuse that jeeps take that would be a bad idea in my opinion.

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    Too Euro

    It's starting to look like an Euro SUV......not surprised with the FCA input. The "streetability" is going to improve for euro customers looking for a pavement pounder
    Just a 2.8 four banger diesel Jk Sahara with aev 2.5 dualsport xt lift and premium bumper and Cooper ST MAxx tires in 33"......

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    Once you add a lift, tires, new bumper, fenders, and a winch, it'll all be good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sipafz View Post
    IDK, looks like it's slowly turning into my 2011 Liberty?

    IMG_1478651253.655572.jpg

    IMG_1478651266.189341.jpg

    I think I like the Jeep, but the truck looks a little strange to me. I guess I'm just hooked on the 715 Crew Chief

    IMG_1478651290.225188.jpg

    Now that's a truck!
    I am with you there. If they come out with a full size truck like the commander then I will consider it. But not interested in the JK truck.

    But we all have our likes and dislikes.

    Edit: crew chief not commander.

    I need a drink. Lol


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