The first 2007 Jeep Wrangler has just been assembled. Designed using Chrysler’s new JK platform, the off-road vehicle features longer wheelbase than the outgoing model and, let’s face it, has virtually no peers among the North American and European SUVs. As usual, it will be offered both as a short two-door and a longer four-door Wrangler Unlimited model.
The vehicle went rolling from the group’s assembly line at Toledo Supplier Park also set to produce the latest Jeep Wrangler Unlimited off-roader.
The production process will be shared among four facilities. The KUKA Group will build the Wrangler’s and Wrangler Unlimited bodies, Magna Steyr got the paint job, and Ohio Module Manufacturing Company will construct the chassis.
So, Chrysler will only conduct the final assembly operations.
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