Jeep … gives triple taster to International markets

The Jeep Cherokee KrawLer, Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Sunriser, and Jeep Renegade Trailhawk all featured at the Frankfurt motor show earlier this month as a teaser of what Jeep is considering for the rugged and capable end of their 4×4 range. The three concepts are not too far derived from the basic models and could quite easily be produced en-mass if the popularity of consumers demand them.


The Cherokee KrawLer …


The KrawLer is based on the Trailhawk model and was built to attack the toughest terrain with an emphasis on being a “rock crawler”. The capital K and L in the name refer to the KL cone that identifies the KrawLer-jeepCherokee. This Jeep features improvements for the trail with Mopar equipment that includes a special suspension, which allows for more ground clearance and a set of 255/80/17 BFGoodrich KM2 tires to fit. To protect this Cherokee wider fenders, rock rails and skid plates are installed too.



Wrangler Rubicon Sunriser …
The Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Sunriser is what many Jeep fans have dreams of, a diesel powered Wrangler. The 2.8ltr CRD engine is mated to a five speed auto box to make it even more desirable for off roading Jeep folk.
The Sunriser concept features a custom matte orange paint job and plenty of Moapr accessories, including bumper, tow hooks, a 4-inch jeep-wranglersuspension lift and the attractive half doors. Complete LED lighting is also built into the truck with headlights, taillights, daytime running lights and lights fitted between the A-pillar and windscreen. A nice looker throughout we think.





Jeep Renegade Trailhawk …
The Renegade Trailhawk was the third concept Jeep debuted and probably with the least modifications. It features 17-inch aluminium wheels, under body skid plates, rear recover hooks and black mirror skull caps that accent the custom anvil colour with custom side graphics. The interior features sporty foot jeep-renegade-2015-frankfurt-rear-anglepedals and custom trim with Mopar accessories designed to enhance the Jeep spirit, especially for the off-road adventurer.



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