The 2019 SEMA Show is just around the corner, and several automakers and aftermarket shops have been busy releasing highly-modified vehicles that are heading for Las Vegas.
Not to be outdone by the other brands, Jeep, with the help of Mopar, recently unveiled a tricked-out Wrangler Rubicon finished in black and blue. While it doesn't have an official name, the concept itself features a plethora of upgrades that make the 4x4 look more radical and capable off the beaten path.
Beginning with the most obvious upgrades, the Mopar Wrangler Rubicon gets a substanstial increase in ride height courtesy of a two-inch suspenion lift, along with bigger wheels and tires. It also gets a fender-mounted snorkel up front, and a one-piece stamped steel bumper that comes with additional lighting. Further adding to the 4x4's meaner looks, Mopar installed a distinct new hood, and tube-style doors.
In case you need to tow or pull something out of the ruts, both the front and rear bumpers are fitted with tow hooks mounted on top. The bottom section, on the other hand, has D-ring attachments. Finally, the Wrangler Rubicon also has a power winch up front for those emergency situations. Jeep nor Mopar did not mention what powers this modified Wrangler Rubicon. However, they did say it benefits from a cold air intake in order to slightly boost its output.
Thinking of dressing up your own Wrangler or Gladiator with these Mopar aftermarket parts? Sadly some of these extras are only available for the concept. However, Mopar did say that the front bumper is already avaiable for customer purchase. Hopefully the other concept-only upgrades will soon be available in production form.
This customized Jeep Wrangler Rubicon is just one of the 14 vehicles Mopar will be bringing at this year's SEMA Show. So you can expect more tricked-out rides to make their appearance in Las Vegas next week.