Jeep Wrangler at SEMA: How to Make Your Wrangler Wrangler-er

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Drivers control them through a new bank of auxiliary switches in the Wrangler - a tidbit that all but confirms one of the leaked details.

Decidedly a treat: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles took the wraps off its new 2018 Jeep Wrangler on Halloween and showcased a horde of Mopar custom parts that'll be available for the iconic off-road machine.

The automaker tells us that the new Wrangler will deliver "even more legendary Jeep 4×4 capability". Jeep says 98 percent of Wrangler owners have at least one Mopar product on their auto, so these products should prove to be fairly popular among owners.

Pretty much everyone in the off-road industry has been patiently awaiting the arrival of the next generation Jeep Wrangler.

Just ahead of its official debut at the 2017 Los Angeles Motor Show, the 2018 Wrangler has been revealed online.

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"Virtually every Mopar product for the all-new Wrangler is new, redeveloped or redesigned", said Gorlier.

Once it's officially out after LA, first customers will start receiving their 2018 Wranglers early next year. (SEMA) show in Las Vegas for the eighth consecutive year.

Jeep has stuck largely to the formula with the Wrangler's design, with it largely resembling the previous generation. Despite the familiar styling cues, Jeep says the Wrangler has improved aerodynamics, a fold-down windshield, and "even more open-air freedom".

Predictably, Jeep has chosen to keep the car's throwback styling, with subtle tweaks to the headlights, grille and indicator cluster refreshing the appearance of the 2018 model year vehicle. It will apparently have more fuel-efficient powertrains, more open-air and trim options, new safety features and dozens of color options.

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