The two Fiat Chrysler Automobiles brands Jeep and Mopar are coming together for the upcoming 2016 Paris Motor Show. The collaboration's exciting offering is the new avatar of Wrangler and Renegade.
The pair of "Moparized" vehicles is aiming to demonstrate Jeeps capabilities are and the what Mopar can showcase when it comes to off-roading, but perfectly legal to use on public roads. This has caught our attention even though both the brands are bringing their whole range of vehicles to the show.
The first one to catch our attention is the Wrangler Rubicon which features a MoparONE package and is customised in Hyper Green with black leather interior. The package includes 2-inch lift kit, guard plates, steering damper, and the blacked out 17-inch alloy wheels which wear the knobby Hankook Dynapro tyres.
Also, seen on the customised Wrangler is a black light bar with halogen off-road lamps, new grille, a hood scoop, half doors among others. Joining the stable is the "Moparized" Renegade, which is done up in yellow with an army styled star on the door and matt black trim. The suspension has been lifted by an inch and is fitted with the all-season tyres.
Among the range from Mopar, it will be showcasing a range of accessories for other Jeeps, as well as Alfa Romeos and Fiats. As for Jeep, it is bringing the new updated version of the Grand Cherokee - including the Summit, Trailhawk, and the SRT version - along with a special Desert Hawk edition of the Renegade and the Cherokee Night Eagle II.