(Los Angeles, CA) Anticipation has been building for the long-awaited unveiling of the Toledo-built 2018 Jeep Wrangler.
Fiat Chrysler officials say they'll unveil the retooled Wrangler today at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The automaker has kept details of the new vehicle under wraps until its debut.
Jeep workers in Toledo returned to the assembly lines Monday to begin producing the new Wrangler for sales beginning in January.
The new model uses aluminum for the first time to reduce weight, and the driver cabin promises plenty of high-tech bells and whistles, along with a lot of package options available.
4,700 people now work at the Toledo jeep assembly complex after a $700 million plant retooling, with hundreds of spin-off jobs at Northwest Ohio auto parts makers.