2014 Easter Jeep Safari: Wrangler Maximum Performance Concept makes its debut

Article by Andrew Christian, on April 11, 2014

Did you like the Cherokee Dakar Concept or the Wrangler Level Red Concept? Well, if you can’t decide you’d better take a look at the Jeep Wrangler Maximum Performance. This new concept promises to combine the power and capability in order to transport the passengers where other vehicles cannot.

On the front and rear, the Wrangler is fitted with Jeep Performance Parts-exclusive push-button electric-locking Dana 60 axles, but also 4.88 gearing and the 4:1 Rock-Trac transfer case as it needs to better hurdle any trail impediments.

Still, this wasn’t enough and Jeep added a prototype Performance Parts 4-inch lift kit that raises the vehicle. Wrangler Maximum Performance boasts a 70:1 crawl ratio. Taking a better look at the vehicle, we see the prototype Jeep Performance Parts “Stinger” front bumper that was built to handle any obstacle found on its path.

Moreover, the concept is also helped by the front bumper skid plate, Jeep Performance Parts Rubicon rock rails and a prototype flattop fender kit. The front end is dominated by the black grille as well as the prototype Jeep Performance Parts winch. As you can see concept comes with prototype LED lights mounted to the top that provide a better view during nighttime off-road maneuvers.

The graphics package found on the hood signifies the Moab landscape. The exterior design is completed by the Mopar Blue colour and by the prototype eight-lug beadlock wheels by the Mopar Blue color on the beadlock ring. The wheels are wrapped in 37-inch BFGoodrich Mud Terrain tires. A sturdy hardtop was mounted and covers the full steel doors.

At the rear, there is a prototype tire carrier and a 37-inch spare tire cover featuring the Jeep Performance Parts logo. Wrangler Maximum Performance also sports the five Moab “Badge of Honor” badges.

The Mopar Blue theme is continued inside and highlights the HVAC bezels and steering wheel accents. Moreover, the Katzkin leather seats with embroidered Jeep logos feature blue accent stitching, just like the armrest. Interior design is completed by the satin trim on the instrument panel, shift knob and HVAC controls, while the steering wheel spokes and dash grab handles are underscored in black.

Press Release

Jeep Wrangler Maximum Performance created for hard-core enthusiasts who seek the ultimate in power and capability

Jeep Wrangler Maximum Performance speaks to the hard-core enthusiasts who spend every spare minute on the trail and seek the ultimate in power and capability so they can go where others cannot. Wrangler Maximum Performance is armed with new Jeep Performance Parts-exclusive push-button electric-locking Dana 60 axles at the front and rear, as well as 4.88 gearing and the 4:1 Rock-Trac transfer case to better hurdle any trail impediments. A prototype Jeep Performance Parts 4-inch lift kit also raises the vehicle. Wrangler Maximum Performance boasts a 70:1 crawl ratio.

On the exterior, a prototype Jeep Performance Parts "Stinger" front bumper can handle whatever the terrain dishes out, especially when paired with a front bumper skid plate, Jeep Performance Parts Rubicon rock rails and a prototype flattop fender kit. A Mopar black grille dresses up the front, which also is modified with a prototype Jeep Performance Parts winch, and prototype LED lights mounted to the top of the vehicle to shine bright during nighttime off-road maneuvers. A prototype graphics package signifying the Moab landscape adorns the hood.

The Mopar Blue exterior is linked in appearance to the prototype eight-lug beadlock wheels by the Mopar Blue color on the beadlock ring. Wrangler Maximum Performance rides on 37-inch BFGoodrich Mud Terrain tires, with the sturdy hardtop covering full steel doors. The rear of the vehicle receives a prototype tire carrier and a 37-inch spare tire cover featuring the Jeep Performance Parts logo. Wrangler Maximum Performance also sports the five Moab "Badge of Honor" badges.

Mopar Blue is also featured inside, highlighting the HVAC bezels and steering wheel accents. Katzkin leather seats with embroidered Jeep logos feature blue accent stitching, as does the leather armrest. The interior is further enhanced with satin trim on the instrument panel, shift knob and HVAC controls, while the steering wheel spokes and dash grab handles are underscored in black.

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