Jeep Pickup (JT) Spied With Production-Intent Bed!

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Holy Jeep there is so much to look at here. Need to get off work so I can see it on the PC. Nice shots JLWF!



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Looks good, Any ideas on possible specs yet?
 

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Looks like two fuel filler flaps on the tarp w/ one on each side, perhaps extended tanks?

Also in photo #2, there doesn't appear to be the windshield handles as prominently as in the other mules, but could be the top down angle, but would think you could see something of them considering how big they appear in the other mules.

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Regarding the removable top. It's a positive indicator seeing the ribs or ridges on the roof. So it gives me the idea it's a similar design/style as the removable panels.. Fingers crossed anyhow.
 

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Its weird how much wider the front end looks then the rear. I hope its a) the angle of the photo or b) thats not how the production unit turns out.
It looks like that due to the angle of the photo, the hood/front body panels having angles like it does, and the front fenders are wider than the back fenders, the latter two being just like the JKs. Look at the tires in relation to the centerline of the road and there is no difference.
 

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Looking great. This thing is going to be so popular.

But if anyone's gonna be trailing or crawling the JT, it's gonna need a substantial lift to improve the departure angle.
 

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Really wonder where the spare is going to go?
My guess is under the bed like most pick ups. I would assume the after market will offer other options of spare tire carriers like this:

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That's a pretty long vehicle
I bet it's dimensions will be comparable to a Toyota Tacoma. A crew cab Tacoma has a 127" wheelbase is 212" long and has a 5' bed.
 

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I'm really looking forward to this next Jeep JL purchase.

There is so much that can be done with that rear end... I'm thinking possibilities like an overlanding set up...





or something as simple as...

 

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The front axle does in fact look wider than the rear axle, similar to what GM did on some of it's pickups back in the 1990s.

Appears to be a full 5' bed to match what's offered by Nissan and Toyota so that's great.
 

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Looks like there's lateral bars or structure of some kind under the bed camouflage cover. Wonder if that's part of the camo covering or something in the bed itself?

 

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