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Car and Driver: 2018 Jeep Wrangler Prototype Emerges, Our Spy Photographer Pounces

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-What It Is: A next-generation four-door Jeep Wrangler mule undergoing testing in southeastern Michigan. We’ve seen several thinly veiled current-gen Wranglers serving as mules over the past several months, each one sporting a slightly unconventional piece of bodywork or fresh mechanicals in its nether regions, but this is the first time we’ve snagged a next-gen Wrangler doing its thing in its own skin. With plenty of miles of testing to complete before its big reveal, Jeep wisely called in the ragman to stitch up a concealing set of camouflage duds and shape-altering materials designed to send mixed messages—just get a load of the (we hope) exaggerated centerpiece in the front bumper. We haven’t seen a manufacturer go to such lengths to completely obscure a vehicle since FCA was putting the Pacifica through its trials. READ MORE ››

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