What Is the New Jeep Pickup Truck Called?

Jeep, the iconic American brand, has recently announced the launch of its new pickup truck. This new Jeep pickup truck has been codenamed Jeep Gladiator. It is expected to make its debut later this year and will be available for purchase in 2020.

The all-new Jeep Gladiator, according to Jeep representatives, will be a mid-size four-door pickup truck that will feature the same off-road capabilities and ruggedness that Jeep is known for. It will also be equipped with a 3.6 liter V6 Pentastar engine and an 8-speed automatic transmission. The exterior of the vehicle will remain true to the classic Jeep look, with a seven slot grille, round headlights, and iconic fender flares.

The interior of the Gladiator is expected to be highly customizable as it will feature foldable backseats and removable door panels and roof panels. It will also come with an infotainment system that supports Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as well as a touch screen display. For those looking for more storage space, there are several accessories available such as bedliners, bed extenders, and cargo boxes to help maximize storage space.

In terms of safety features, the new Gladiator has plenty to offer such as airbags throughout the cabin as well as traction control systems and anti-lock brakes for added security during off-roading trips.

Overall, the all-new Jeep Gladiator looks to be an exciting addition to the market that should appeal to both off-roaders and casual drivers alike. With its rugged good looks and robust off-road capabilities combined with its modern interior features, it looks like Jeep may have a winner on their hands in 2020 when it comes time for consumers to choose their next vehicle.


The all-new Jeep pickup truck that is set to launch later this year is called Jeep Gladiator. This mid-size four-door pickup truck combines classic looks with modern features such as an infotainment system compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto along with advanced safety features like airbags throughout the cabin and traction control systems. It looks like Jeep may have another hit on their hands come 2020 when it comes time for consumers to make their next vehicle purchase.

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Karen Watkins