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The next generation of Jeep Wrangler used aluminum in their doors and bonnet

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Since some time now people have been coming some rumors about the new generation of the Jeep Wrangler. The legendary off-road seem to move forward in many respects and the own Sergio Marchionne said it long ago. An of these novelties will be the use of the aluminum to lower their weight. But finally it seems that not all your body will be this light material, that there will be parts where it is used.

Thus it has unveiled a employee of Alcoa, the third producer of aluminium more big of the world. Thanks to the document filtering can know with certainty that both the doors as the capo will be of this material. Specifically refers to “6022 alloy”. Also is says that will have the technology 951 of pre-treatment of union for the sheets of aluminum. Finally appears C6A1 alloy, which would be the first time that it is used in a car.

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After this information, it will be interesting to see how much gets to lose weight with this diet next Jeep Wrangler. In addition to improve in this aspect, the brand also is has proposed improve its aerodynamics. Is would make of form subtle and without major changes to the philosophy of the off-road. The target main is keep their lines straight, try to not modify in excess those forms square that it made so popular.

Another important development would be his mechanics. The next generation of the Wrangler could adopt a new 2.0 four-cylinder turbo engine, first used in this model. Previously on petrol only had the option of engines 3.6 Pentastar V6. The new model could start his production the next year and of this form be ready for your arrival to the market in 2018.


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