Jeep builds Wrangler Rubicon 1941 homage 4×4
Jeep brought a special Wrangler Rubicon to the Geneva Motor Show, called the 1941.
It was designed using accessories from Jeep’s Mopar range.
This particular car was designed to be as capable as possible off-road, while maintaining road legal status.
Like every accessory studied by Mopar, the Jeep Authentic Accessories are designed to provide maximum functionality, safety, style and performance because they are created with the same team that designs the original Jeep vehicles.
It’s fitted with the Jeep Performance Parts that enhance the legendary off-road capability of Jeep Wrangler. Look no further than the kit with suspension raised by two inches, the snorkel, rock rails, black door sill, black fuel door and all-weather mats. The finishing touch to this tough configuration is a 1941 livery that commemorates an important year for the Jeep brand: the first appearance of the Willys, also evoked on other details of the vehicle such as, for example, the wheel, gear knob and tailgate table.
The vehicle is also enhanced with other Authentic Accessories selected from the range of over 200 Jeep Wrangler accessories: Matt black Seven Slots front grille, mudguard, off-road lights, mirror caps, all contrasting with the Hella Yella yellow paintwork. The Mopar customisation continues inside, with black mesh sun bonnet and front grab handles.