If all goes to plan, that’ll continue until March 2018 when the Toledo Assembly Complex will shut down in order to re-tool for the Wrangler-based pickup
. Now, back to the 2018 Wrangler: Although Fiat Chrysler hasn’t confirmed it or set an official launch date, Baumhower says that new Wrangler production in Toledo will begin this coming November. If true, we could very well see the official debut of the all-new 2018 Jeep Wrangler next week at the Detroit Auto Show, the ideal venue for such a reveal. We’ll be on hand at Detroit next week so stay tuned.