Jeep Teases Mopar Wrangler

2020 Jeep Wrangler Mopar Limited Edition

Jeep has prepared a special treat for its Wrangler fans.

If you are a follower of the brand’s most successful product line, there will be a host of new Mopar components revealed at the Chicago auto show in early February.

Mopar upgrade kits include the kind of parts that Jeep owners would usually have to fit from aftermarket suppliers, thereby risking some of the warranty coverage on their Wranglers.

For the 2020 model year, Jeep has teased a new Mopar-kitted Wrangler, which shows off some very appealing new off-road accessories and components.

Most noticeable are the huge off-road specification tyres, which promise more air volume than standard Wrangler rubber. Bigger tyres improved ride-quality off-road, providing more terrain absorption. They also give owners the ability for greater tyre deflation, which in turn, boosts traction.

To ensure that these larger tyres remain securely fastened to the wheels, especially when rolling at very low pressures, Mopar provides beadlock rims.

Beyond the impressive new wheels and tyres, the 2020 Wrangler Mopar upgrade also offers the option of tube doors. Although removing the Wrangler’s doors and fitting the tube-structures are a radical option, it does save a lot of weight and allows for better cabin airflow, at low-speeds, during technical off-road driving.

All other details pertaining to the new Wrangler Mopar upgrade parts will be confirmed at its Chicago auto show debut. There is an expectation that the front of the vehicle in this teaser image, might be featuring a new off-road specific bumper and additional lighting.

Other probable Mopar parts include even more capable long-travel suspension and lower ratio axles, for rock crawling ability. For fans of the robust Wrangler and its esteemed off-road ability, the promise of these new Mopar upgrades should be greatly appealing.

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