Thinking of tricking out the all-new Jeep Wrangler when it finally arrives in the country? Jeep is giving its fans some inspiration as it recently debuted a special edition Wrangler at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show.
It's called the Wranger Rubicon 1941 and it's chock-full of Mopar accessories and Jeep Performance upgrades. Named after the birth year of the original Willy's Jeep from World War II, the customized 4x4 is aimed at enhancing the Wrangler's already capable off-road prowess, as well as giving it a more commanding look.
It's painted in a unqiue yellow hue called Hella Yella and comes with a two-inch lift kit, a snorkel, rock rails, black door sills and all-weather floor mats. Providing contrast to the bright yellow paint is the blacked-out livery which signifies the importance of the year from which the Jeep was first made.
Besides the livery itself, other portions of the Rubicon are also painted black. These includes the matte front grill, the door handles, wheel arches, running boards, large alloy wheels, side mirror caps, mudguards and the soft-top.
Jeep stated that the all of the upgrades seen on this particular Wrangler Rubicon are street-legal and will be available for the market soon. All of the added components were made and tested by the same engineers and designers that worked on the original factory Jeep vehicles.
Besides making it available in Rubicon trim, Jeep also said that it will be available in Sport and Sahara trims later this year. In addition, the 1941 special edition can also come with the new 2.2-liter turbo-diesel engine.