According to James Deakin, “My initial impressions are: it feels authentic. Too many new cars now lack character. They’re all the same under the skin. This takes a more mechanical approach, rather than bombarding it with more tech, which feels like a tribute to the analog era and creates its own unique driving experience—one the makes you feel more connected—because you feel like another moving part in a machine designed for freedom.”
The team’s Sales and Marketing Director, Erica, also took the Jeep Wrangler for a spin. Having experienced a sample of what the Jeep Wrangler is capable of, she said, “Connecting your phone is very seamless once it is connected to Uconnect. The Wrangler is maneuvrable and very responsive. The steering was smooth gives and gives enough power for you to overtake. I also truly loved the ruggedness of the vehicle.”
And finally, although this author is working remotely from home and unable to go with the team for the test drive (I really wish I could) because of the COVID19 quarantine protocols for persons with vulnerabilities, all I could rely on are what James and Erica said, plus the cool photos sent in by Paolo, our Photo Video Master. And I’m being honest here when I say that the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited looks so awesome, and that’s not even an exaggeration. I’m a photographer myself, and I know that the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited is a handsome piece of kit in all angles behind the lens. Its aesthetics are well-designed to live up to the timeless vibe the nameplate is rooted at, a smooth blend of tradition and modernity, which equates to a potential “future classic” it could become.