The 2024 Jeep Wrangler has undergone a stylish revamp, coupled with cutting-edge technology updates, unveiled overnight at the New York Motor Show. Despite these changes, the Wrangler maintains its iconic status as Jeep’s retro-inspired off-road champ, primed for conquering rugged terrain.

Stylish Design Tweaks

Making its grand entrance at the New York Motor Show, Jeep’s CEO Christian Meunier proudly stated, “Today, we’re setting a new standard by enhancing the Wrangler’s capabilities with advanced technology, comfort, and safety features.”

Release and Availability

Scheduled for release in the US this year, Australian enthusiasts can anticipate its arrival in 2024.

Exterior Features

The 2024 Wrangler sports a fresh grille design while preserving its signature seven vertical slots, catering to traditional Jeep aficionados. With ten new wheel options ranging from 17 to 20 inches and tire sizes varying from 32 to 35 inches, off-road enthusiasts have ample choices. Offering multiple ‘open air freedom’ configurations, including soft-top, two hard tops, and a one-touch powered top, the Wrangler ensures a customisable experience.

Enhanced Performance

A notable addition to the facelifted model is a refined rear axle with a higher crawl ratio, complemented by a factory-fitted winch boasting a 2268kg tow capacity. Interior upgrades feature powered front seats, a 12.3-inch central touchscreen, and additional airbags for enhanced safety.

Innovative Drivetrain

Continuing with the V6 engine option, the 2024 lineup also introduces a 4xe model, housing a 2.0-liter four-cylinder petrol engine paired with a plug-in hybrid system, delivering 280kW. This innovative drivetrain will debut in the new Jeep Grand Cherokee in Australia.

Advanced Safety Features

The base model for 2024 comes equipped with standard features such as forward collision warning, adaptive cruise control, blind-spot monitoring, pedestrian crossing warning systems, and a rearview camera. Despite its off-road focus, Jeep prioritizes refinement with added sound deadening, thicker carpeting, and acoustic front glass.

Expectations and Conclusion

While pricing and comprehensive specifications are yet to be confirmed, a slight price increase is expected locally, along with the possibility of enhanced equipment across select trim levels.


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