If taken seriously by some conspiracy theories, you might think that the artificial intelligence used in Google, “prosherstit” the opinion of the American audience about the 5-door and 7-seat crossovers. After receiving information about the high popularity of such SUV, he decided to offer his own solution to the problem.
That’s why the images of the streets of Gingema (Massachusetts) there was a 3-row Jeep Wrangler, in which each row has its own pair of doors. Moreover, you should pay attention to how precise the “second” door of the SUV and also medium (but now “front mid”) body strut. It’s not a simple copy, because the “custom” strut does not repeat the front (with a fairly large angle of the windshield). The rear door was not used as a donor to “make” an average, because the rear door the bottom right corner cropped to meet the form of plastic inserts behind.
Of course, it would be great if this explanation was true. But, unfortunately, Wrangler three pairs of doors is a product of the error in the program. This is indicated by the absence of the roof, and another dashboard (designed, most likely, for a friend on the second row, which will help to steer in an emergency situation).
However, this Wrangler looks quite organically. So maybe Jeep should think?