It makes the Wrangler even more capable off-road
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' parts and aftermarket division has given the Jeep Wrangler an off-road package for the Geneva Motor Show.
Called Mopar One, it's a collection of street-legal accessories designed to "maximize the off-road experience" a Wrangler can offer.
Based on a Jeep Wrangler Rubicon powered by the 197 hp (200 PS) 2.8-liter turbodiesel engine linked to a five-speed automatic transmission, the Mopar One stands out thanks to its rugged appearance.
It wears an original Blue Chief livery, which is a tribute to the iconic 1977 Jeep Cherokee Chief and is fitted with a series of accessories that enhance its appearance. Those include a black grille, body color mirror caps and half front doors, air vents in the bonnet, black side footboards and kick plate, as well as a black light-bar with halogen lights for off-road driving.
The Mopar One rides on 17-inch Performance Gladiator black alloy rims shod with Hankook Dynapro 265/75 R17 oversized tires. The fuel cap is also in black, as are the front and rear mud flaps — because off-road.
Inside, Mopar has added Blue Chief accents, plus front and rear rubber mats. The pack brings hardware upgrades as well, including a 2-inch lifting kit and an anti-roll bar for those off-road challenges the owner will put the customized Wrangler through.
The Mopar One pack is available to order from March in Jeep dealerships across Europe.