Mopar Preps a Pair of Jeep Renegade Concepts for NAIAS

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Two new Jeep Renegade concept models created by Mopar and a reheated Dodge Challenger T/A Concept from the 2014 SEMA show will go on display at next week's Detroit auto show.

The "Off-road Mopar-equipped Jeep Renegade" is the one finished in the unique Commando Green paint with "X" graphics on the sides, a matte black roof panel with a basket, a Topographical Hood decal and satin black wheels.

It's based on the more rugged Trailhawk model and also gets conceptual skid plates, prototype rock rails, rear valance and production roof rails, while the interior has been upgraded with Katzkin leather seat covers and Commando Green colored decorative trims among other components.

The second concept is the "Urban Mopar-equipped Jeep Renegade" based on the Limited model and equipped with a selection of Jeep Authentic Accessories. On the outside, the cool Anvil paint is set off with dramatic Omaha orange touches, including the pockets on the satin black wheels, grille, mirror caps, tail lamp surrounds and roof rails. At the back, you'll find Mopar hitch bike carrier.

Jeep says there are Omaha orange highlights inside on the HVAC bezels, speaker grilles and the center console, together with Katzkin leather seats and Jeep logo-decorated door sills.

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