Last year, we had our first good look at the Jeep Wrangler Pickup long before its projected debut in late 2019. Now, a heavily camouflaged Wrangler pickup is out on public roads doing some testing, providing us with our best look yet at this hotly-anticipated truck.
Up front, we can see Jeep's famous seven-slat grille, and we can barely make out the horizontal LED daytime-running lamps the 2018 Wrangler is widely believed to receive. The bed on this truck also looks much more production-ready than the one seen on the Wrangler pickup prototype that was spied last year. Around back, you can see rectangular taillights that are very similar to today's JK-generation Wrangler, though covered in heavy camouflage.
This particular truck is a four-door Unlimited model, though we wouldn't be surprised to see the Wrangler pickup offered with a two-door body style, just like the regular model. The wheels on this prototype look the same as those offered on today's Wrangler Rubicon, but they could change before the truck reaches production.
The only other noteworthy thing is the single tailpipe that exits on the driver's side–on last year's spied prototype, the exhaust exited on the passenger side. You'll probably also notice the blue wiring coming from the rear driver's-side door and running on the underside of the body, indicating that this is very much a prototype.
We should see the Wrangler Pickup before the end of 2019. The next-generation Wrangler will hit production in non-SUV form some time next year.