Hardly any other vehicle combines history and off-road characteristics as much as the Jeep Wrangler. Its terrain is clearly rough terrain and the special challenges are probably also the motivation for drivers to start the adventure with the legendary four-wheel drive vehicle. But the Wrangler also has to bow to the dictates of CO2 reduction. And so it follows downsizing and electrification with a current model as a plug-in hybrid. Does the Wrangler still have the off-road gene?
The year 2021 will be a reason to celebrate for the Jeep brand. The new year is marked by the 80th anniversary, and there will be some innovations in the vehicle range. Since Jeep produced the first 1941 × 4 vehicle Willys MB in 4, the brand has stood for all-wheel drive vehicles. In the past 8 decades, emphasis was placed on off-road capability and all-wheel drive. In the meantime, however, some changes are planned for a successful future.