We’re a few short hours away from the 2020 Jeep Gladiator reveal and FCA has already released additional photos, specifications and details on the new truck! This confirms much of the information we reported a few weeks ago but there are some new tidbits so be sure to read on.
As expected, the 2020 Jeep Gladiator will come in 4 trims — Sport, Sport S, Overland and Rubicon, with the latter featuring Fox aluminum-bodied 2-inch diameter shocks, full length side bars and additional bar for the bed area (with the option for steel bumpers) and 33-inch mud-terrain Falken M/T tires (LT285/70R17) with C load rating.
The JT truck will have best-in-class (presumably on the Rubicon trim) 7,650-pound towing capacity (optional Class 4 receiver and 4- and 7-pin harness plugs) and a 1,600-pound payload.
The Gladiator will ride on a 204-inch frame (31-inches longer than the JL Unlimited), 137-inch wheelbase (19.4-inches longer than the JLU) and feature a 5-foot bed. This gives the truck an approach angle of 43.6 degrees, breakover angle of 20.3 degrees, departure angle of 26 degrees and an 11.1-inch ground clearance.
Check out the more details in the 2020 Jeep Gladiator press release on Jeep Gladiator Forum.