Slim is the name of the Jeep Wrangler that promises to offer maximum performance due to its weight loss. Set to make its debut at the 2013 Moab Easter Jeep Safari, the Jeep Wrangler Slim comes in a Rock Lobster color exterior and features full doors as well as a hard top. The vehicle is powered by a 3.6-liter V-6 and according to the press release the Wrangler Slim has a 3:73 anti-spin axle.
Rolling on prototype 17-inch Jeep Performance Parts forged beadlock wheels with Rock Lobster beauty rings, the Wrangler Slim features prototype 17-inch Jeep Performance Parts forged beadlock wheels with Rock Lobster beauty rings. The Jeep Wrangler Slim also sports lightweight rock rails, black grille, black hood decal, LED headlights, locking gas cap and Rubicon tires.
Inside, the vehicle features leather seat covers and a CB radio, as well as Mopar all-weather slush mats and a hard-top headliner.
Jeep Performance Parts fitted on the Wrangler Slim include a Mopar 2-inch lift kit. Mopar also installed a cold-air intake. P.S. Also check the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk Concept, Wrangler Mopar Recon, Wrangler Stitch and the Wrangler Sand Trooper II!
Jeep Wrangler produces matchless off-road ability with established all-wheel drive and comes with over 70 years of four-by-four engineering expertise backing it up. The Wrangler will continue to provide a body-on-frame execution, front and rear five-link suspension system, live axles, and electric lockers.
Jeep Wrangler now provides a selection of two different transmissions: a six-speed manual and a five-speed automatic transmissions.
As well as a new powertrain, the Jeep team of engineers completely maximised the ride and sound traits of the Wrangler's body-on-frame fabrication. New transmission and engine improvements and modified suspension adjustments add to the total enhancements that are instantly apparent both on-road and off-road.
The inside acoustic condition is vastly upgraded through alterations to the system mounting the powertrain, noise lessening in the firewall, and the addition of the first Wrangler engine covering to efficiently separate the interior from sounds coming from the road and the engine.
From the outside, idling creates barely noticeable engine sounds. Same as the new 3.6-litre V-6, every accessory is mounted right on to the engine with no need for brackets. This helps make sure that every accessory, including the power steering pump, alternator, and air conditioning compressor, are fixed definitely and are less liable to create noises or vibrations.
The shocks also have been refined and are engineered for optimal balancing of modern on-road control and sturdy off-road functioning.