Camouflaged prototypes of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler have been spotted once again, this time by an Autoweek reader in Indiana. These prototypes have dropped a little bit of the camo since the last time we saw them, showing more of their midsection and doors while wearing off-road tires over black-painted wheels. The latest spy shots, courtesy of Joe Bevelhimer, reveal more of the cargo compartment's side windows — they are going to be pretty large — as well as the dramatic wheel arches that have been optimized for aerodynamics.
The main visual difference between the outgoing model and the 2018 Wrangler, at least at this point, is the generous angle of the windshield that evidences Jeep's efforts to make the 4×4 as sleek as possible while maintaining its general shape, and to also lighten its structure with the use of aluminum where possible. The hood and the doors have been rumored to be prime candidates for the use of aluminum panels, though this detail has not been confirmed yet.