Mopar accessories turn 2018 Jeep Wrangler into extreme off-roader for LA Auto Show
FCA's parts and service brand showcases an array of accessories for the new SUV
Mopar's stand at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show was all about the recently unveiled 2018 Wrangler. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' parts and service brand has brought two modified versions of the off-roader, kitted with an array of Jeep Performance Parts and Mopar accessories.
The first project is based on the four-door 2018 Wrangler Rubicon and features enhanced off-road characteristics courtesy of many Jeep Performance Parts and Mopar accessories including tube doors, 2-inch lift kit, beadlock wheels, rock rails, snorkel, LED off-road lights, and more.
It's without a doubt the more spectacular of the two concepts, thanks to the striking Mojito Green exterior paint, 2-inch-round steel tube doors, as well as rock rails that are thicker and wider than previous offerings.
It's created for serious off-roading, and accessories like the Mopar Warn winch kit, 2-inch lift kit, Jeep Performance Parts snorkel, and BFGoodrich KM2 35-inch tires fitted to 17-inch beadlock wheels prove that.
The modified Wrangler four-door also features new LED off-road lights that pump out a maximum of 8,000 lumens. Inside, the custom 2018 Wrangler features Katzkin leather seats, all-weather floor mats, Molle bags on the rear seatbacks, Mopar grab handles, and more.
As for the second project based on the two-door 2018 Jeep Wrangler Sport, it's a showcase of various Mopar accessories and Jeep Performance Parts including exterior graphics, roof rack and cargo carrier (a first for the Wrangler), hardtop headliner, a tailgate table, and more.
The SUV rides on BFGoodrich KO2 35-inch tires fitted to Mopar 17-inch "Gear" rims inspired by the shape and design of the all-new Jeep Performance Parts logo. As with the four-door version, the study also features Jeep Performance Parts tube steps, a 2-inch lift kit, and off-road LED lights.
Mopar has more than 200 Jeep Performance Parts and accessories for all-new Wrangler, and most of them will be available as the Wrangler JL arrives in dealerships.
As good as the 2018 Wrangler looks with the Mopar accessories on, it can't beat the CJ66 Custom Concept, can it?