Jeep and Mopar Show Custom Trio in Frankfurt
Jeep and Mopar are currently showing three exclusive vehicles at the Frankfurt Motor Show. The most impressive one is the Wrangler Rubicon Sunriser, which besides its expressive appearance includes 4-inch lift kit and half doors. The second is the Cherokee KrawLer which will be detailed below but in general features one-off suspension, tires and skid plates. At last but not least, the Renegade Trailhawk includes custom goodies such as 17-inch rims, underbody skid plates and tow hooks. These show vehicles were modified with selection of parts and accessories delivered by Mopar and serve to demonstrate how one can personalize their own Jeep.
Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Sunriser
Starting with the Wrangler, its pictures surely impress us. With its matte orange paintwork that has inspired its name, and a lot of unique Mopar accessories, the vehicle stands out from the crowd immediately. Some of the features here include bumpers with a double tow hook on the front, a 4-inch suspension lift kit and half doors.
The customized vehicle is also fitted with LED lights positioned between the A-pillar and windscreen. As a matter of fact, the LED technology is implemented for the DRLs and the rear light clusters. Inside, the cabin is wrapped in black leather that has been accentuated by matte fluorescent orange trim.
Furthermore, this Wrangler also includes engine skid plate and beadlock wheels. At last, needed to be mentioned is that the Sunriser is powered by a 2.8 CRD engine combined with a five-speed automatic transmission.
Jeep Cherokee KrawLer
The Mopar enhanced Cherokee KrawLer is based on the Trailhawk model and has been created with the aim to tackle any driving condition, even the toughest one. Having a raised ride height and a lot of off-road equipment, this vehicle is the perfect one for those seeking adventures.
Precisely, the KrawLer features special suspension, BFGoodrich KM2 255/80/17 off-road tires, wider fenders, skid plates and rock rails. Even the exterior paint color is adventurous: its military-inspired matte-green body color has been accented by quartz grey interior and exterior details.
As a true off-roader, the KrawLer is driven by a 3.2 V6 Pentastar 272 horsepower engine connected to an automatic nine-speed transmission and "Jeep Active Drive Lock" four-wheel drive. By the way, the latter features low range and rear differential lock.
Jeep Renegade Trailhawk
The Moparized Renegade Trailhawk is the third in the trio shown in Frankfurt. It rides on 17-inch aluminium alloys and also features uderbody skid plates, two rear tow hooks and black mirror caps. By the way, they make a very nice accent to the Anvil-colored livery strengthened by the special side stickers. The cabin of this variant of the Trailhawk includes sporty pedals and Jeep design mats. And although this seems to be the least personalized vehicle, it surely catches the attention.
If you could buy one of these three, which one would you choose?