What Changes Have Been Made to the 2021 Jeep Wrangler?
2021 Jeep Wrangler New Features and Enhancements
This year the 2021 Wrangler launches some major updates headlined by the release of the all-new Wrangler 4xe Plug-In Hybrid, a new TrailCam feature, and some special edition appearance options. Keep reading for more information on what changes have been made to the 2021 Jeep Wrangler off-road SUV.
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All-New Wrangler 4xe Plug-In Hybrid
2021 Jeep Wrangler in desert
This year the Jeep® Wrangler 4xe launches with all the legendary capability and open-air freedom Wrangler fans love but in the form of a plug-in hybrid. The legendary Jeep Wrangler’s new turbocharged plug-in hybrid powertrain launches from 0 to 60mph in 6 seconds and dishes out 375 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of instant torque for heart-pounding performance on and off the pavement. And the best part? It shoots for an estimated total driving range of 400 miles on one tank of gas.
New TrailCam Feature
The Jeep Wrangler features one of the highest ground clearances in its class (up to 10.8 inches, in fact), but you’ll have a hard time using a ruler from behind the wheel. The available TrailCam provides a forward-facing view of what’s ahead via the 8.4-inch touchscreen so you can tell with confidence whether you’ll be able to clear that crest. That’ll come in handy when you’re barreling through the wilderness and into the unknown.
New 80th Anniversary and Islander Editions
This year the Wrangler offers special design elements and exclusive content with new 80th Anniversary and Islander editions. The all-new Wrangler 80th Anniversary Edition features distinct Granite Crystal interior accents with leather seats optional, a three-piece black hardtop, 18-inch Granite Crystal wheels, and exclusive exterior badging. The Wrangler Islander adds beach-themed exterior and interior accents, including an Islander “Jeep Tiki” hood decal, black side steps, unique 17-inch wheels, and an optional white hard top.