Up first is the hard-to-miss, bright green, four-door Wrangler Rubicon. It features a Jeep Performance Parts (JPP) 2-inch lift kit, bead-locked wheels with 35-inch tires, steel bumpers, a winch, a JPP rock rail or side skirt, and the obligatory snorkel which allows for more water-fording capabilities. There’s all the duo, 7-inch JPP light setup on the front bumper, which offer an output of 8K lumens each, and the 5-inch JPP lights on both A-pillars, which offer an output of 4K lumens each.
The second Jeep Wrangler on display is a 2-door, hard-top model with a black-on-white color combo. This Wrangler is also equipped with the JPP 2-inch lift kit, and it just so happens to be the first-ever hard-top Wrangler to support a roof-rack; at least from the factory.
Todd Beddick, Head of Accessories and Performance Portfolio for Mopar, says that the automaker spent over 100,000 hours of design, development, and validation on these components, and that it’s excited to finally show off the result of all that work.
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