We can't tell you how the new 2018 Jeep Wrangler drives ... yet. We pinky-swore Jeep that we wouldn't say anything about that until the embargo lifts on Wednesday. And, after all, what would we be without our word? (See code-of-ethics statement below.)
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What we can share with you are photos of the Wrangler doing Wrangler things in the most Wrangler way possible: top dropped, doors off, windshield down. And one photo of it parked — kudos to our photographer for managing to keep rabid automotive journalists out of the Wrangler long enough to shoot that.
For now, the photos will have to satisfy your Jeep jones. Be sure to check back here on Wednesday to find out what we think of all the updates to the 2018 Jeep Wrangler.
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