About a week ago, Jeep officially released the first images of the all-new Wrangler to the motoring public. Looking more modern than the outgoing generation, the 2018 Wrangler gets a redesigned front end along with a more rakish windshield for better aerodynamics.

Now, interior images of the all-new Wrangler have been shown to the public and it looks like Jeep injected some modern design elements in the new 4x4.

Beginning with the dashboard trim, it can now be specified with the same color finish as the exterior paint which gives it a more youthful vibe. Meanwhile, the infotainment display and center aircon vents have been repositioned for a more cohesive design. Retained, however are the signature centrally-mounted window switches which also received mild revisions. The steering wheel, on the other hand, is now sleeker than before and gets more metal accents.

Get a closer look of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler's interior

The gauge cluster has been tweaked and now comes with the large multi-info display as seen in other Jeep and Fiat-Chrysler models. Also worth noting is the new headlight dial control which was not in the older Wrangler.

High-end variants could come with a new automatic climate control system, a media interface which may house the USB and Aux ports, navigation and a 12V charging socket. Curious to see however, is what appears to a new electronic differential lock. This could mean that the Wrangler is indeed equipped with a more advanced 4x4 system.

More details about the 2018 Jeep Wrangler will be revealed when it's officially unveiled at this year's Los Angeles Motor Show.