2020 Jeep Wrangler Pickup Truck Interior Features
Here is The New 2020 Jeep Gladiator. With a presentation scheduled for the Los Angeles Auto Show next week, images and specifications of the new Wrangler Pick-up Truck.
It is already next week that will open doors the last great Motor Show of 2018, with Los Angeles once again having the honor to close the international calendar of great shows of new vehicles. Although several events have already been held (Detroit, Geneva, Paris, etc …), there are still many new features to present before the start of 2019. Among the models already confirmed, the main highlight goes to the new generation of Porsche 911, but there are also other attractions like the Mazda3 or the new Pick-Up Jeep. The latter has already been previewed in a forum of the brand, which also presented some specifications.
With an image that is very characteristic of the models of the American manufacturer, markedly robust and off-road vocation, stand out from the front. After all, that iconic seven-aperture grille, flanked by the circular optics, immediately indicates that we are in the presence of a Jeep. To make faith in the information, there will be two rigid roofs and a canvas for this model, probably called Gladiator, which also presents a remarkable distance to the ground.
2020 Jeep Gladiator Engine Specs
This time is a demonstration of the capabilities of the 2020 Jeep Gladiator to overcome all obstacles since its passage to ford will be of 760mm (for example, the new Evoque presented this week will have 600mm). Equipped with diesel V6 engines, the 3.6L Pentastar and the 3.0 Ecodiesel, there will be versions with six or eight automatic gearboxes.
In addition to these powerful engines, the mechanic also includes several attributes to facilitate off-road adventures such as 4×4 Command Track and Rock Track systems, the third generation of Dana 44 axles or the electronic locking of the front and rear differentials. In addition, highlight the eighty safety and assistance systems available, especially the front camera that facilitates the view of obstacles (for the Jeep Rubicon Gator, the same version of Wrangler that covers the Turbo 447). These are data already presented by the Forum of the Jeep, and the other specifications must be known when the opening of the Los Angeles Motor Show