We still have a long way to go before the 2012 edition of the SEMA Motor Show, which runs from October 30 to November 2, but OMIX-ADA, an independent manufacturer and wholesaler of Jeep parts and accessories, is trying to grab our attention with a new concept model scheduled to debut at the Las Vegas show.
Named "Crush Recovery", the project car is based on the 2012 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 4x4. It is the work of Jeep builder Dave Doetsch and will be displayed at the OMIX/Rugged Ridge Off-Road Success Center.
Doetsch says he designed the Crush Recovery to be ultimate off-road vehicle to recover 4x4s stuck in the toughest terrain.
The go-anywhere Jeep Wrangler will be outfitted with more than 60 of the latest products from OMIX’s family of brands including, Alloy USA's high-strength chromoly axle shafts and Rugged Ridge's XHD Modular Aluminum Bumpers and new half doors.
A CGI of the 'Crush Recovery' concept follows below the jump.