Like a proper Jeep, the new Wrangler has stayed true to its roots with that signature shape, the rough and ready fixtures like the giant tyres, the spare tyre on the back, the square front with grille and huge bumpers. It looks like it means business, but in a fresh and modern way, with updated accents throughout.
Inside the car has also been updated, and while it still looks classic, it feels quite luxe inside. There are leather seats, a leather steering wheel and leather gear shifter. It’s got aluminium interior door handles and trims which makes things feel premium.
But while there are some digital concessions like the multimedia screen, there are still analog dials in the instrument pod in front of the steering wheel to keep that old-school feeling alive.
It’s been designed really well with a blend of old and new, and while it certainly hasn’t gone anywhere near as far as the new Land Rover Defender in terms of technology and moving into 2021, it does feel slightly more modern than its predecessor. Of course, you feel great driving it on the road, you’re in a Wrangler.