Upcoming Jeep Scrambler Looks Splendid In New Renderings

If you weren’t already excited about the Jeep Wrangler-based Scrambler pickup, these renderings might wet your appetite.

Sources close to Fiat Chrysler Automobiles claim that the Scrambler will land in showrooms by April 2019. As of yet, we have only seen prototypes wrapped in camouflage and body cladding but even still, have an excellent idea of what the finished pickup will look like.

As these latest renderings from the Jeep Scrambler Forum reveal, the Scrambler will share most of its design traits with the Wrangler but adapt them to a pickup body. Go figure. Consequently, the vehicle will have a square and boxy design dramatically different than other pickups currently on the market.

We know that the Scrambler will be sold with four doors but at this early stage, it’s unclear whether or not Jeep will sell it with the some level of customization as the new Wrangler. If it does, customers could opt for a two-door configuration and a selection of removable body parts, including the doors and windscreen.

Due to its Wrangler underpinnings, a familiar selection of engines should be offered. These will include a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder with 270 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque as well as a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 delivering 285 hp and 260 lb-ft of torque. Our sources indicate that a 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V6 offering up 260 hp and 442 lb-ft is probable.

more photos...
  • Nick099

    It used to be called a Comanche.
    It’ll be a nice reboot.

  • Dr Strangefingger

    I like it. I’ll take the V6 please.

  • SgtBeavis

    Man that is just a spot on perfect design. I love the looks. I really hope it’s offered as a convertible. That would really be something.

    • donald seymour

      Dude! If that happens it would totally annihilate the market. I use to sell cars and the Jeep is known as the crack rock of the market. No negotiations whatsoever. This thing is going to sell like hotcakes or crack rocks.

      • Belthronding

        jeep rulz!

  • Six_Tymes

    most impressive!

  • TheToadPrince..~~ToadSquad

    this is gonna seelll like hell

  • MarkoS

    This is likely very close to the real thing. These will fly off the lots, but will they be price competitive with the mid-sized trucks? I would have liked to seen the Comanche name though. I am really wanting to see some innovations for the bed like some neat bike rack solutions ect.

  • thunder bolt

    If the roof line extends all the way to the end it will look like a really cool Hummer.

  • kachuks

    In the mid-size truck market this is way more appealing than a Colorado or Ranger.

  • Craig

    No thanks. I would only be interested if it came in a 2 door version.

    • Socarboy

      They most likely won’t build a 2-door, also if Hyundai ever decides to bring the Santa Cruz it will most likely be a Ridgeline clone

      • Craig

        If that’s the case – that will be unfortunate.

Driverless Shuttles To Enter Service In New York City This Year

NYC Mayor de Blasio is a critic of self-driving vehicles, but will allow them since they’re confined to private property.

Are Ford Explorers Making Drivers Sick With Carbon Monoxide Fumes?

Ford denies any wrongdoing, but many Explorer drivers, including police officers, claim to have been exposed to carbon monoxide poisoning.

Tesla Model 3 Performance Races Long Range Version And Audi TT

The Model 3 Performance naturally wiped the floor, but how did the less powerful variant perform against the TT?.

Porsche Cayenne Coupe Breaks Cover As Sleek BMW X6 Rival, See It In 60 Photos, Videos

Porsche gave the Cayenne Coupe a sleek roofline and a unique rear end design.

Amnesty International Claims EV Battery Production Involves Human Exploitation, Pollution

Sure, EVs have zero emissions, but mineral extraction and manufacturing processes are unethical and a health hazard.

Shares Surge As Peugeot Boss Says FCA Merger Is Possible

FCA, once led by Sergio Marchionne, has long wanted to merge with another carmaker.

These Are 2019’s Cheapest And Most Expensive Cars To Insure

It can cost you up a whopping $3,941 per year to insure a 2019 Nissan GT-R.

New Suzuki Jimny Meets Legendary Toyota Land Cruiser Troopy In Off-Road Review

Can the flyweight Suzuki Jimny beat the heavyweight Toyota Land Cruiser Troopy?.

The Porsche-Developed Mercedes 500 E Is Still One Of The Greatest Q-Cars Ever

Undercover looks and a 5.0-liter V8 made this boxy Mercedes a true autobahn stormer.

Alfa Romeo Stella Compact SUV Is The Tonale From An Alternate Universe

Which one do you like better, Alfa Romeo’s Tonale or the independent Stella study?.