The Chrysler Group has just unveiled the first photographs of the 2011 Jeep Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited. The versions include, as main novelties, a completely renewed interior, improved acoustic insulation that reduces noise in the cabin and a removable hood in the same color of the bodywork.
As announced by the manufacturer, the 2011 Jeep Wrangler will feature a redesigned cabin that includes higher quality materials, a new instrument panel, numerous storage compartments, more comfortable door armrests, heated mirrors and larger rear windows. Other novelties of the emblematic SUV will be the multifunction steering wheel, the connection for USB devices (memories and most mp3 players) and the audio system with streaming function via Bluetooth. In the mechanical section, greater acoustic insulation ensures, according to the brand, a significant reduction in noise inside the vehicle. Do you see the Jeep JL switchback led turn signal with daytime running lights? It is awesome.
Externally, the Jeep Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited Sahara adopt a more premium image thanks to a new hard top painted in body color -which will also incorporate new shades-.
Production of the new version of the SUV will begin over the next few days at the Toledo plant (Ohio, United States).