First Look: Production Interior of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL/JLU!

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Safe search is like decaffeinated cofveve...

 

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Posted these in the other thread. Some peeks at the interior.

- open lever / latch at bottom of grab handles (and closed one at top of grab handles) - perhaps to unlatch folding windshield?
- painted dash trim just like the totally uncovered interior pics in first post
- can see the inside door handle, door lock and armrest/doorpull with contrast stitching

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I wonder if the eject button will make it to production... Bad news for angry wives...
 


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Looks a bit too costly for a high volume car manufacture, though I would agree that it looks pretty sophisticated.
 

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It's not even the clean simple interior I'm so enamored by. It's the damn panoramic roof. That oozes appeal.
 


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Posted these in the other thread. Some peeks at the interior.

- open lever / latch at bottom of grab handles (and closed one at top of grab handles) - perhaps to unlatch folding windshield?


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n3H1vt2.jpg
That's actually the quick disconnect lever for the doors. No more screwing around. One lever yank and you can lift the entire door straight off the hinges.
 

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That's actually the quick disconnect lever for the doors. No more screwing around. One lever yank and you can lift the entire door straight off the hinges.
Well that is something new... or could they just be to hide a bolts that mount the handles? let the speculation begin!!!!
 

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That's actually the quick disconnect lever for the doors. No more screwing around. One lever yank and you can lift the entire door straight off the hinges.
Nope. Doors still removed via old torx bolt / hinge pin system.

Although they did improve the wire loom disconnect. And add a door stop/check.

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