* Long-requested Jeep Wrangler truck model confirmed by FCA
* Scrambler Pickup will be crew cab, have hard and soft top options
* AutoNation Jeep Dealers will have Wrangler Trucks in April 2019
* Pictured truck is a concept from the 2016 Easter Jeep Safari
It’s been nearly three decades since a Jeep-badged pickup has left the factory — but that hasn’t stopped fans from pining for one. And now our friends at Automotive News are reporting that parent company FIAT Chrysler Automobiles has confirmed production of a Wrangler pickup — to be dubbed the Scrambler — at a dealer meeting last week.
Up until this point, Jeep fans looking for the versatility of a pickup had to go looking for a Cherokee-based Comanche — which left production in 1992 — or spring for an aftermarket kit from Mopar. So there’s sure to be a lot of excitement when these babies start hitting showrooms next year. Dealers say the initial models will be four-door versions, though we’d imagine that two-door models will become available eventually.
There’s no word on when we’ll actually get to see the production sheet metal right now, but since it’s not too far out, we’d be we’ll get a look at the latest Jeep sooner rather than later.