Model year 2020 is likely when the newly resurrected Jeep Wrangler pickup will mark Jeep’s return to the truck category, according to Detroit News reports saying production will begin in the second half of 2019.

As Jeep Wrangler and pickup truck enthusiasts are eagerly awaiting the unveiling, those sneaky guys at SpiedBilde captured what appears to be spy shots of the hyped pickup taken by an aerial drone camera. You can check out a few spy photos of the new Wrangler pickup in the slideshow below and view more of those shots here at Autoblog.

The news from this latest set of spy photos is that the new Jeep Wrangler pickup appears finally to have its production-ready truck bed.

Previous Jeep Wrangler pickup mules were sporting placeholder pre-production beds off of Ram 1500 pickup trucks.

The last pickup sold by Jeep was the Comanche. Jeep Comanche production was discontinued after model year 1992 to focus on the Dodge Dakota.

Jeep confirmed it was bringing back the Wrangler truck in 2016.

The new midsize Wrangler pickup will compete with the Ford Ranger and Chevrolet Colorado, and will likely be the most expensive of the bunch, auto industry analysts say. Those industry insiders predict Jeep will sell about 40,000-45,000 Wrangler pickups annually upon entering the market.