The Jeep Wrangler has become the best-selling pickup on the road in the United States since the brand debuted in 2002.
Over the past decade, sales of the Jeep brand have been rising as more and more people have embraced the brand.
The new Wrangler is just one example of a trend that has seen a steady rise in the popularity of the brand as well as its more affordable versions.
But there are many others.
Jeep’s Jeep Trucks and Jeep Grand Cherokees are also popular and have been seen as well-built and affordable vehicles.
As a result, the brand is seeing a resurgence as well.
But the company’s tire company, Jeep Tire & Rubber, says it is also seeing a growing demand for its premium tires.
And they’re being bought by the likes of Toyota and Honda.
For the past five years, Jeep has been on a quest to find new products to appeal to the American public, said Terry Hughes, senior vice president of Jeep Tire& Remanufacturing, Jeep.
In an effort to stay ahead of competition, the company has made a number of improvements to its tire line in recent years.
Its latest tire, called the Wrangler and built with a new compound, is the first to use a proprietary blend of polymers, which are more durable and resistant to moisture.
This new tire is also one of the few that uses a combination of a high-performance and a premium compound.
“The tire we’re launching today is designed with a premium tread compound that’s been proven to perform and maintain its treading ability,” Hughes said.
“We have the most advanced tire compound in the industry.”
Hughes said the tire will be a premium tire with the same performance characteristics as the Wranglers and Grand Cherokes.
“This is a premium product,” Hughes told FoxNews.com.
“It’s going to be the best selling tire in the world.”
Hughes said the company will be looking for new products that meet the needs of the American consumer.
“There’s no question that Jeep is becoming more and better,” Hughes added.
“What we’re seeing right now is an incredible opportunity to innovate in this space.”
Hughes told Fox News that the new tire will not only provide the Wrangers and Grand Cheers with more durability, but also offer a longer life span.
“When you have a tire that has the durability of a Wrangler, that’s not a bad thing,” Hughes explained.
“Because if you’re going to spend money on your Wrangler it’s going the extra mile.”
Huges said Jeep will also be working with the automotive industry to create new products for its tires.
“If you look at a Wrangler and Grand Cherokee, they’re basically a hybrid,” Hughes admitted.
“They’re hybrids with a different kind of tread compound.”
Hugens said Jeep hopes to start selling these tires in the second half of 2019.
He said they will be used primarily in the U.S. market.
“As long as we can continue to expand our markets, we’ll continue to do it,” Hughes assured FoxNews “We want to continue to grow and we have the right people in place who understand what we’re trying to do.”