A Wrangler Rubicon decked out in Mopar accessories just made its European debut at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. They are all 100% street legal and have been designed specifically for Jeep’s new off-roader.
Mods include the raised suspension kit, which brings the Wrangler up another 2 inches (5 cm), snorkel, rock rails, black door sill, black fuel door, and all-weather mats.
Last, but not least, is the “1941” livery which commemorates an important year for the Jeep brand: the very first appearance of the Willys, also expressed through other details such as the wheel, gear knob and tailgate table.
Other enhancements include multiple Authentic Accessories selected from a range of over 200 bits and pieces. For example, there is the matte black seven slots front grille, mudguard, off-road lights and mirror caps, all contrasting with the Hella Yella yellow paint. Meanwhile, the interior boasts a black mesh sun bonnet and front grab handles.
Aside from this highly-capable Wrangler Rubicon, Jeep also brought other Mopar-tuned vehicles to the Swiss event, in the form of a Wrangler Sahara in urban trim with a chrome fuel cap and door sill guards that stand out next to the Ocean Blue exterior.
Finally, there’s a Jeep Renegade Limited, rocking an all-new Bikini body color, to go with its customized door sill guards, front dam, new sill trims and rear scuff plate in Sunshine Grey – the same color as the mirror caps and front grille.