3.) Seats that are a bit more competition inspired, by that I mean seats you would find in a rock buggy or a baja rig. But not completely, hence the words "competition inspired". For example, the Toyota Tacoma Prerunner edition has bigger thigh and side bolsters to hold you in the seat better, that's what I mean. A lot more comfortable too.
4.) Doing away with the little push button thing on the door handle. Not as ergonomic as a regular door handle that pulls to open the door.
5.) Different roll cage options. Such as bringing back the sport bar as an option.
6.) Allowing the new Wrangler to be fully customizable from the factory, not just certain packages offered with x part or y option.
Those six things alone, if made available on the new Jeeps... granted they don't look hideous either, would seal the deal on me buying another Jeep. That would probably be a big thing for a lot of other people too.
1991 YJ: Daily Driver
1992 YJ: Pile of crap sitting in the garage.
1. give us the turbodiesel Jeep has been promising for decades. The small Cummins from auto shows years back would be nice, or something with 320+ ft-lbs from VM Motori, or Fiat will also suffice, with a 6 speed manual and optional 5+ speed auto. Should be B20 or better biodiesel compatible, or at least easily converted with an Mopar add-on package.
2. Dual fuel CNG/gasoline engine like the new Dodge trucks.
and there can't be a major price penalty for those engine options either. if you don't make it affordable nobody is going to buy it.