Would you consider getting a Jeep Wrangler with three rows of seats?

Jeep may be known the world over for making capable 4x4 vehicles, but they're not exactly known for making three-row SUVs. Sure, there's the recently-revealed 2022 Grand Cherokee L, but we're not exactly sure if the third row will see any use.

But what if Jeep actually made a Wrangler with seating for more than five people? That's what they actually did for this year's SEMA Show. Say hello to the Jeep Wrangler Overlook Concept, a stretched Wrangler Sahara that offers three-row seating.

Unlike a typical Wrangler, the cabin of the Overlook Concept extends an additional 12 inches (305mm) to hold the third-row seats. It even has a custom modular roofline that is 5 inches (127mm) taller than standard for more interior headroom.

Jeep unveils custom three-row Wrangler Sahara image

The raised roof also has dual side and three front-facing windows above the second and third rows for better viewing. And if you really want to enjoy the elements, it has a custom removable one-piece top with a flip-up glass sunroof panel.

As far as amenities are concerned, Jeep put black Katzkin leather seats and a black leather dashboard. Both seats and dash are accented with Sahara Bronze stitching to match the exterior look. Meanwhile, the center panels in the seats use Raven Black suede in a hexed stitch pattern. Last but not least, the front seats have the Jeep grille logo embroidered in the seat backs.

Jeep unveils custom three-row Wrangler Sahara image

Besides offering three rows of seats, the Overlook Concept also comes with a 2-inch lift kit, FOX shocks, and 20-inch Black Rhino York wheels mounted on 37-inch BF Goodrich KM3 mud-terrain tires. For easier ingress/egress, the Overlook Concept is also fitted with tubular side steps with molded inserts.

Other upgrades present on the stretched Wrangler include a stamped steel front bumper, custom-made rear bumper extensions, a Satin Black front grille, custom black Mopar hood latches, a pair of 5-inch off-road LED lights mounted ahead of the A-pillars that provide 4,800 lumens each, and a Tailgate Reinforcement System with Oversized Spare Tire Carrier Modification Kit that allows a larger spare tire to be mounted on the swing gate.

Jeep unveils custom three-row Wrangler Sahara image

While the Overlook Concept appears to have been made solely for SEMA, this somehow gives us a good idea of what a three-row Jeep Wrangler might look like.

Should Jeep actually consider making one? And would buyers actually buy a Wrangler with more than two rows of seats?