Over the past couple of months, we have been getting a lot of e-mails regarding information on the European-launch of the all-new 2020 Jeep® Gladiator pickup. Well now, we are finally getting information on the new mid-size Jeep truck’s official debut in the European market.
Jeep Europe will debut the Euro-Spec all-new 2020 Jeep® Gladiator pickup at the 2019 Camp Jeep event in Italy, in the famous town of San Martino di Castrozza (TN) on July 12 – 14. The stunning location in the majestic Dolomites will welcome fans of the brand and Jeep Owners Group (JOG) members from across Europe and will provide the fitting backdrop for this year’s action-packed program. The event will feature the very first time that the European media and Jeep enthusiasts, to see the new truck in person.
Jeep Europe and Mopar will also be showcasing a Euro-Spec Gladiator with the latest aftermarket accessories from the Jeep Performance Parts (JPP) portfolio and Mopar.
This year’s Camp Jeep event will mark the event’s sixth anniversary. The events host three days of thrilling adventures for its participants. Enthusiasts will have a chance to test drive the entire Jeep lineup and put their favorite Jeep models legendary capability to the test around several off-road courses. The event also includes live music concerts and entertainment for children.
On the backdrop of the Dolomites, it will be an adventure in the best “Jeep Jamboree” style, the most classic of American gatherings dedicated to 4×4 driving. A format which inspires 30 or more of these get-togethers every year from California to Maine, from Arizona to Tennessee. This American tradition has been renewed in Europe since 2014 with the spectacular Camp Jeep, a celebration of freedom, passion, and adventure in pure, authentic Jeep style.
Jeep will officially release the details for its Euro-spec 2020 Jeep Gladiator lineup at the event. Until then, the only official statement from the brand says that the launch across the EMEA Region (Europe, Middle East, and Africa) will be in 2020 calendar year.