In the images are both three- and five-door models and the five-door appears to be wearing the "Sahara" badge while the three-door carries the trail-rated Rubicon name.
In time for the annual SEMA-that's Specialty Equipment Market Association-show in Las Vegas, Jeep has released photos of its new model.
The Jeep will also provide over 200 accessories with the Wrangler.
Jeep calls the folding ability "convenient", which the current Wrangler's windshield fold-down process most certainly isn't.
The official images confirm that Jeep has kept the throwback styling of the Wrangler, with subtle tweaks to the headlights, grille and indicator cluster. The production for the right-hand-drive models would, apparently, start in June 2018 which leds to its introduction in the Indian market nearly a year later. FCA finally chose to present it for the first time this week at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, just after the Wrangler was voted the "Hottest 4x4 SUV" at the automotive event for the eighth consecutive year.
A leaked user manual has also exposed that there will either be a 2.0-litre, four-cylinder turbo-petrol or 3.6-litre V6 petrol engine under the hood.
Full production on the new Wrangler in Toledo is expected by the end of the year with vehicles on dealer lots in the first half of next year.
Jeep has given up the official reveal date for the all-new 2018 Wrangler SUV and that launch will happen on November 29.
What we do know is the Wrangler has a new fold-down windscreen to allow for more open-air driving, while buyers will be able to choose from dozens of different door, top and windscreen combinations.