Jeep Wrangler Red Rock Concept SEMA-01

American parts supplier Mopar and Jeep have collaborated to come up with this limited edition Jeep Wrangler. Based on the Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon Hard Rock Edition, the one-off here being displayed at SEMA is called the Wrangler Red Rock concept and will soon transition from concept to production.

It comes as a tribute to the Red Rock 4-Wheelers, off-road club and is produced in conjunction with the 50th annual Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah. Jeep will mark the anniversary by making only 50 of these Wrangler Red Rocks in 2016, where all will come serialised. Apart from that, the concept previews the brand’s special-edition Jeep Wrangler Red Rock models, due next year.

To enhance its rugged appeal, the concept comes with Red Rock badges, a power dome vented hood with a Red Rock decal, low-gloss Granite Crystal off-road bumpers, a body-colour grille with low-gloss black grille throats and accents for the headlamps. Rims are low-gloss 17-inch beadlocks with Granite Crystal bead lock rings, wrapped in 35-inch BFG K02 all-terrain tyres.

Jeep Wrangler Red Rock Concept SEMA-02

Off-road specific add-ons consists of off-road rock rails and rear tow hooks in red. Additionally, it comes with LED headlamps and fog lights, a Warn Rubicon winch, reinforced swing gate with wheel mount as well as front and rear differential covers. Higher ground clearance is achieved with a two-inch lift kit.

Inside, it has a Jeep CB radio, a serialised “Red Rock” grab handle plaque and Amaretto Brown Katzin leather seats with silver stitchings and “Red Rock” logos embroidered on the pair of front seats.

In true Jeep DNA, the concept features next-gen Dana 44 solid front and rear axles and a Rock-Trac transfer case with a 4.10 axle ratio. As it’s based on a Wrangler Rubicon Hard Rock, standard equipment comprises Tru-Lok electronic locking differentials, a 4:1 low-range ratio, while a 73.1:1 crawl ratio is also present with the six-speed manual transmission.

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