The Jeep’s special concepts for the Moab Easter Jeep safari had always remained exciting. Wrangler Level Red, which refers to the highest level of difficulty an off-road trail can be designated, the new concept from the Jeep comes well-equipped a Jeep Performance Parts 2-inch lift kit for rolling over the off-roads. The 4:10 ratio is achieved by the Jeep Performance Parts Dana 44 crate axles on the front and rear. Power to its bay comes from a 3.6-liter engine with a six-speed manual transmission with minute changes on the intake and exhaust system. Wrangler Level Red’s crawl ratio is 73:1.
The cosmetics are also taken care of majorly with the “Rubicon 10th Anniversary” bumpers on front as well as rear. 17 x 8-inch beadlock-capable wheels, accented with TorRed color on the beadlock ring are married with the aggressive 35-inch BFGoodrich Mud Terrain tires, available through the Mopar Tireworks program for ruffling out the dirt from underneath easily. Additional exterior upgrades like a prototype Jeep Performance Parts tire carrier, a locking gas cap, a hood prop kit and Jeep Performance Parts rock rails can also be witnessed.
On interiors, the Wrangler Level Red complements the feel of the exterior with Tuscany Katzkin leather seats stitched with red colored threads running even on the arm rest. Flame Red color brings alive the seat belt webbing, while HVAC rings are painted with TorRed inserts and roll bar padding in the rear also features red accents. The delight fort the cabin remains a prototype Jeep Cargo Management System (JCMS) with a tow-strap bag and first aid bag on the rear swing gate, all-weather floor mats, grab handles, and a lockable storage bin under the seat.