Jeep Brings Together Three Wrangler Generations in Stunning CJ66 Custom Concept

It's one of the coolest Wrangler-based concepts we've seen in recent years

What do you get when mixing a CJ, a TJ, and a JK Wrangler with the latest available power from Mopar?

The CJ66, apparently, which is the name chosen by Jeep for a striking-looking concept off-roader unveiled today at the SEMA Show.

Combining a Wrangler TJ frame with a 1966 Wrangler CJ body and Wrangler JK elements, the Jeep CJ66 Concept gets a contemporary Mopar engine mated to a six-speed manual transmission. Output and torque specs haven't been announced yet, but Jeep says the Mopar cold-air intake and Mopar cat-back exhaust help increase performance.

The narrow-bodied Jeep CJ66 is designed to crawl over rocks and boulders thanks to its front and rear Mopar Dana 44 Crate axles, Jeep Performance Parts (JPP) 17-inch bead lock wheels, and a two-way air system that allows the 35-inch BFG all-terrain tires to be quickly inflated or deflated to the desired pressure.

Styling-wise, the CJ66 features a rugged look enhanced by the Copper Canyon-colored body, oversized fender flares, Mopar 10th Anniversary Wrangler JK Rubicon Bumper Kits, JPP skid and front bumper plates, and concept JPP rock rails. The vehicle also comes with a two-inch lift kit.

The hood, headlamp bezels, and seven-slot Jeep grille are colored matte black, with a custom matte-black CJ66 graphic stripe running along the side of the hood. Mopar accessories also include LED amber fog lamps, Mopar Warn winch, and race-car-inspired fuel filler cap. Inside, the CJ66 welcomes passengers with custom Viper seats featuring seat risers, a custom-built roll cage, as well as a bikini top netting.

The center console and shifter are sourced from the Wrangler JK, with other Mopar touches including the instrument panel gauges and all-weather mats.

By continuing to browse the site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Read more.
I Agree

Read our policy about the usage of your personal data. We might use these data for serving you more relevant personalized ads. Do you agree?
You can change your mind anytime in the Privacy Policy page.