The Jeep Wrangler Sundancer design concept that recently made its debut at the Beijing Show was designed to have the famed capabilities of the Wrangler with a sense of fashion and sophistication. Jeep designers painted this vehicle a tri-coat Chocolate Brown metallic color with gold accents.
A Golden Bronze tone-on-tone ghosted pattern is seen on the fender flares. Meanwhile, the windows are made of bronze tinted glass. Linear LED lighting is attached to its front and rear bumpers, which match the exterior and have been painted a tri-coat Chocolate Brown metallic color and come with Golden Bronze accent inserts.
It is equipped with a set of 20-inch pale gold billet aluminum wheels with polished gold inserts. It also has a stunning albeit unusual multi-piece billet aluminum fender badge. Upon entering the cabin, we see Axis II perforated seat inserts and exclusive Berry Baltique Semi-Aniline leather, which is the leather used by the fashion industry’s most expensive labels.
Premium leather covers its door panels and upper instrument panel. Hand sewn provocateur lace stitching is used to draw attention to the outer deck seam, steering wheel and center lid console. The interior has the same gold scheme. The door handles, grab handle, gear shifter trim ring bezels, steering wheel bezel, and sill plates have the new 'Gold Rush' paint.
Even the floor mats are luxurious as they are trimmed and wrapped with Romina premium leather. In China, Jeep’s Wrangler range consists of the Sport, Sahara and the Rubicon model (which is the basis of the Jeep Wrangler Sundancer design concept).
For the Chinese market, its Wranglers in China are equipped with 3.6L V-6 Pentastar petrol engines, or 3.0L V-6 Pentastar petrol engines. The Wrangler Dragon, a previous special version of the Jeep Wrangler, made its debut at the Beijing Show in 2012. It is now produced in China but it is also available in Australia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S.
Jeep has been known to have an iconic style while offering an open-air freedom. This is continued with the Jeep Renegade but packaged in a new efficient, trail, and clearly urban-friendly size. The goal is to utilize purposeful design elements and combine it with boxy proportions in order to have a design that will take head-on the world's small SUV segment.
The interior meanwhile shows high quality materials, truly useful features, and thoughtful storage to ensure that both capability and versatility are maximized. Even from the beginning, the designers at Jeep knew that the Renegade needed to have proportions that would make it easy to drive in urban areas but would also have off-road capability that is the best in the segment.
It also needed to showcase the functional, rugged, and versatile styling the brand is known for. Further, the designers also wanted this new model to symbolize American ingenuity and design. Not surprising as this will be Jeep's first entry into the small SUV class, which has at least 100 markets worldwide. Finally, the designers hope that the new model will be able to deliver to adventurous and youthful customers a vehicle with efficiency and craftsmanship at world-class levels.
More importantly, the new model should also offer open-air freedom made famous by the Jeep Wrangler. On the exterior of the new Renegade, the design makes use of the powerful stance of the Wrangler.
This is then mixed in with aggressive proportions and rugged body forms. Indeed, it has the approach and departure angles that are the best in its class and that was designed specifically to be able to deliver capability that is the best in the segment. Looking at the front section, any doubt that the Renegade is indeed a Jeep is confirmed by the trademarked seven-slot grille.
On the top region are large circular headlamps which give the Renegade that standard Jeep appearance. Under the grille, there is the two-piece front fascia that has been tuned for aerodynamics and displays a body-color on the upper part and molded-in-color on the lower region.