This photo gives us a good idea of how the JL will look in the real world. It should be noted, however, that the image is not exactly a real image. Looking at the shadows below the JL and the reflections on the paint, it becomes fairly obvious that this is a rendering.
The documents confirm the new model will be available in both two-door and four-door guise, with both soft-top and removable hard-top layout. A power-operated soft-top is also set to be on the cards. The removable roof is perhaps one of the key characteristics that fans will be most interested in, as the Wrangler has been one of the only true convertible off-roaders since the motorcar was invented.
The recently reported 368 horsepower rating for the 2.0L Turbo all of a sudden makes more sense now. This power is likely a combined power rating: gasoline engine + electric motor(s).