Geneve: The Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 1941 by Mopar

Now in its fourth generation, Jeep Wrangler is the icon of the Jeep brand. With its authentic style, the Wrangler continues to be an undisputed off-road champion while offering the highest levels of comfort and handling for everyday use. Much more than just an iconic design, the new Wrangler is a genuine mix of advanced technology, as demonstrated by the new UconnectTM systems with their full-colour capacitive high-definition 7-inch and 8.4-inch touchscreens delivering an exceptional driving experience and great comfort for everyone on-board.

A Mopar® edition of the Wrangler Rubicon with a 100% street legal configuration, enhanced by Jeep Performance Parts and capable of expressing the undisputed off-road capability of the vehicle, is a centrepiece of the Jeep stand at the Geneva Motor Show. A 2-inch suspension lift kit, “snorkel”, “rock rails”, black door sill guards, “black fuel door”, all-weather mats and 1941 sticker add to the specific configuration of this model.

The vehicle also features some Jeep® Authentic Accessories by Mopar. These are selected from the range of over 200 accessories dedicated to Jeep Wrangler and include: Matt Black seven-slot grille, moulded splash guards, off-road lights and mirror caps – all contrasting with the Hella Yella yellow paintwork. These accessories are fully capable of providing the best in terms of functionality, safety, style and performance because they are created by the same teams that designed the original vehicle. The Mopar customisation continues inside, where a black mesh sun bonnet, front grab handles and tailgate table enhance the vehicle’s functionality.

It is displayed beside a Wrangler Sahara with an urban customisation theme which further expresses the versatility of the Jeep icon in terms of personalisation. A chrome-plated fuel cap and door sill guards stand out from the Ocean Blue paint. Both are powered by the new 2.0-litre petrol engine delivering 272 hp, in combination with an eight-speed automatic transmission and the two all-wheel drive systems offered in the Wrangler range (Command-Trac for the Sahara and Rock-Trac for the Rubicon)