This really is the 2018 Wrangler “JL” Allpar is not the first to repost them, but here are two photos of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler “JL” which appeared on the JLWranglerForums.com — reprinted here with their permission. Both photos are of the Wrangler Rubicon. Allpar insiders had already noted some features you can see: Roll cage similar to the current, no major shift in design although the mounting to the body is different — as expected. More integrated tail lights that wrap around the body. Updated Rubicon bumper and hood design themes Fender vent/styling Longer hood that is more flat Taller, more raked windshield Door handles are lower, new body line reminiscent of TJ Redesigned door hinges that are still exposed on the door Redesigned hood latches It’s not clear, but it seems to have a fold down windshield with a fixed frame. Overall, this iteration of the Wrangler should have a stiffer body, be safer in a rollover, handle better on and off road, and possibly lose weight — or hold steady while meeting higher safety standards — due to the new “sort of roof” superstructure. See what else we know, other spy shots, renderings and drawings, and such, at our 2018 Jeep Wrangler page.