Jeep Scrambler to debut at SEMA Show
At SEMA Jeep will unveil a Wrangler-based Pickup Concept that has been rumored for quite some time, with the name Scrambler mentioned. The new pickup concept reportedly consists of two variations.
The truck you see here appears to be the resurrection of Jeep’s pickup aspirations. We’ll have to wait until the truck’s official SEMA unveiling to see exactly how everything shakes out. It’s possible that this is a limited production that tests the concept and interest levels, and that if it works out, a full production Jeep Scrambler - a Jeep Wrangler pickup truck - will be made starting in 2008 or 2009.
The Scrambler it is powered by a 5.7-liter HEMI V8 engine and features front fenders frame a traditional Wrangler grille, below which rests a winch for serious off-roading duty. The Rhino-lined truck bed design is very old-school, so the Wrangler tail-lights plunked at the corners look right at home. A rear winch set-up further solidifies this truck’s trail-cred.