Mopar is a brand under Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, which specializes in producing parts, service and customer care for various vehicles under FCA including the newest Jeep Wrangler JL. They take parts development very seriously if what CarScoops says is true.
According to the publication, Mopar has spent over 100,000 hours creating a catalog of parts and accessories for Jeep’s latest Wrangler and some of them are actually installed on the two demo models at the ongoing Los Angeles Auto Show.
The two door is sporting a roof mounted cargo carrier, unique body graphics, auxiliary lighting, black painted fuel door, sill guards, reinforced spare tire hinge, grab handles, and floor mats. It’s four door sibling features tubed doors, rock rails, a winch mounted on a stubby bumper, extras lighting, snorkel, first-aid kits and more. Both also comes with a set of 17-inch wheels shod in 35-inch BFGoodrich tires and a two-inch lift kit. That’s just the exterior, the inside has Katzkin leather upholstery.
Of course Jeep only installed a sampling of what we can expect to see from Mopar. There’s over 200 accessories and parts designed just for the new Wrangler JL and the customization combinations are endless. Perhaps the full catalogue will be available once those order books are open.