Already thinking about on how to dress-up your own Jeep Gladiator soon? Feel free to grab some ideas from Mopar who recently showed off a fully kitted-up version of the 2020 Gladiator at this year's Los Angeles Auto Show.
According to Mopar, the Gladiator will be available with over 200 accessories and parts that aim to enhance the capability, as well as the looks of Jeep's new pickup truck. Not only that, the Gladiator can also be fitted with Jeep Performance Parts (JPP) that offer utility upgrades like bed storage systems, bedliners, tonneau covers, and even tube-style doors.
“The Mopar brand is bringing to market a full selection of parts and accessories for owners to personalize the all-new 2020 Jeep Gladiator to fit their individual lifestyles. We’re giving owners what they need to enhance the most capable midsize truck ever, whether that’s versatile lifestyle accessories or Jeep Performance Parts for hard-core off-roaders,” said Steve Beahm, Head of Parts & Service (Mopar) and Passenger Car Brands – FCA North America.
Using a 2020 Gladiator Rubicon, Mopar modified the pickup with over 20 accessories that demonstrated the amount of combinations that can be installed. Some of the changes Mopar put on the Gladiator Rubicon include a two-inch lift kit, JPP tube doors and rock rails, off-road style LED lights, steel bumpers, 17-inch alloy wheels, bike carrier for the bed, all-weather floor mats, as well as ramps for loading equipment onto the bed itself.
Other accessories and parts available for the Gladiator include bed-mounted cross rails, roof racks / carriers, door sill guards, side and hood graphics, grab handles, and Katzkin leather seats. Under the hood, the Gladiator can be fitted with a Mopar cold air intake system and cat-back exhaust system which provides additional horsepower and torque.
The majority of the parts and accessories will be available as soon as the Jeep Gladiator is launched in Q2 of 2019. All of the Mopar parts and accessories will be covered by a factory warranty as they were made in close coordination with Jeep engineers.