Jeep has unveiled a prototype for a new Wrangler that seats seven people.
Making its debut at the SEMA auto show in Las Vegas, the Jeep Wrangler Overlook features an extended passenger compartment that allows for a third row of seats. Not only does that make the model longer than traditional Wranglers, but it’s also taller — Jeep has added a “safari-style roof” that provides an extra five inches of headroom, the company has revealed. Other features include 37-inch tires, steel bumpers, cowl-mounted auxiliary lighting, and Katzkin leather seats, per the vehicle’s spec sheet.
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Jeep officials say they have yet to decide whether to put the Wrangler Overlook into production.
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