Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know by now that Jeep recently unveiled the all-new Gladiator, which is basically a double-cab version of the Wrangler.
It’s already a rather rugged looking thing, but in case you’re the kind of person who likes to add an extra helping of individuality, look no further than Jeep’s line-up of Mopar accessories designed specifically for the Gladiator.
From the get go, Mopar will offer a portfolio of more than 200 parts and accessories. The options include a Jeep Performance Parts, a two-inch lift, JPP tube doors, Mopar spray-in bedliner, tonneau covers, a load bin storage system and much more.
“The Mopar brand is bringing to market a full selection of parts and accessories for owners to personalize the all-new 2020 Jeep Gladiator to fit their individual lifestyles,” said Steve Beahm, Head of Parts & Service (Mopar) and Passenger Car Brands, FCA – North America. “We’re giving owners what they need to enhance the most capable midsize truck ever, whether that’s versatile lifestyle accessories or Jeep Performance Parts for hard-core off-roaders.”
Jeep says the majority of these parts will be available when the truck launches in the USA in the second quarter of 2019.
Mopar parts and accessories for the Gladiator are backed by a factory warranty and were created in close conjunction with the Jeep brand.
The accessories as seen on this particular car include the JPP two-inch lift kit, JPP tube doors and rock rails and JPP five-inch and seven-inch off-road LED lights. A mesh sun bonnet works with the tube doors to deliver an open-air feel. Additional accessories include unique five-spoke wheels, a bonnet decal, a blacked out Mopar grille and windshield tied-down straps.
In the rear, Mopar load bin-mounted cross rails work with a bike carrier to show off the lifestyle potential of the Gladiator. The load bind storage system enhances utility with lockable, dual sliding drawers. The interior of the custom 2020 Jeep Gladiator is outfitted with Katzkin seats, Mopar grab handles, molle bags and all-weather floor mats.
On the engine front, this Gladiator is equipped with a Mopar cold air intake, which works with a cat-back exhaust system to add more power and torque. Jeep did not give exact power figures, so we don’t expect too much on the power front.
At the time of going to print, Jeep has not yet confirmed the local introduction of the Gladiator.