The Jeep Wranglers interior design has been revealed, redesigned and streamlined, with more space, better legroom and an emphasis on ergonomics, according to the manufacturer.
The new interior concept from Jeep, called the Jeep Wranger Navigator, will be available in the U.S. starting at $30,000, according the brand.
The design will have more legroom in the front, with the cabin being extended to the front of the car and the seat back to the rear.
The front seat backs will be raised up and up, while the rear seat backs are raised up.
The interior is also designed to accommodate a higher-performance cabin, with extra space in the center console and the rear door for a more active driving position.
Jeep says the new interior will also incorporate a new design language.
It includes more ergonomic features, including a more streamlined and streamlined look.
The redesigned interior features more space and more leg room in the rear of the Jeep.
The interior is now designed to be more active in the driving position, with additional room to the left and right for more leg space.
The exterior has been redesigned, with a new front fascia and more room for the Jeep logo and the new “Jeep” badge.
The cabin and interior of the Wrangler Navigator will be a “more immersive experience,” said Bob Loehr, vice president of Jeep, in a statement.
“This is an exciting time for the Wrangler brand.”
Jaguar unveiled a revised version of its Jeep Wrangelings last year, with an updated exterior design.
Jeep also redesigned its Jeep Compass SUV and redesigned the Jeep Renegade SUV.