Mopar Previews Customized Jeeps And Alfa Romeo Parts For Geneva

Mopar has unveiled a handful rugged models ahead of their debut at the Geneva Motor Show.

Since Jeeps are some of the most customized vehicles on the market, Mopar will be showcasing four different models including a Renegade Longitude with an eye-catching Hyper Green exterior. The crossover features a handful of modifications including a 1-inch lift kit, matte grey accents and 16-inch wheels with a dark finish. A closer inspection reveals US Army star decals, splash guards and an updated interior with all-weather rubber floor mats.

Wrangler fans will be able to check out an off-road focused Sahara which has been outfitted with a 2-inch lift kit, auxiliary lights and 17-inch wheels. Mopar also installed side steps, a snorkel and special graphics. Rounding out the highlights are a contrasting grille, Katzkin leather seats and a “Jeep-style tailgate table.”

Mopar will also display a Compass Trailhawk and a Grand Cherokee Trailhawk. Both models have been equipped with a ski and snowboard carrier as well as a cargo tray or cargo organizer.

Besides the four Jeeps, Mopar will unveil its new Color Line which was developed for the Alfa Romeo Stelvio. The company says the range of accessories includes new mirror caps, front grille inserts and a rear skid plate with either a matte or glossy finish. The crossover can also be equipped with an assortment of 20-inch alloy wheels.

The Alfa Romeo Giulia can be outfitted with many of the same accessories as well as a carbon fiber rear spoiler and 18-inch wheels.

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  • psiqtas

    When will they finally understand – MOPAR isn’t Italian!

  • I read that Mopar boss admit that almost 93% of new Jeep buyer purchase Mopar accessories, this is a lucrative business indeed.

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