While Jeep has had a busy week already by showing off their Jeep Renegade and Jeep Compass PHEVs at the Geneva International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland, it hasn’t stopped the Mopar brand to show off a couple of special edition Jeep models it has done up. One of them is called the Jeep® Wrangler Rubicon 1941. The Wrangler Rubicon 1941, is there to showcase the Mopar brand’s Jeep Performance Parts (JPP) catalog for the European market.
The Wrangler Rubicon 1941 is fitted with JPP that enhance and build on its legendary off-road capability. For proof, look no further than the 2-inch suspension lift kit, the snorkel, rock rails, black door sill, black fuel filler door and the all-weather mats. While a new 1941 livery, commemorates an important year for the Jeep brand… the first appearance of the original Willys MB Jeep.
The 1941 heritage is evoked on several different parts of the vehicle such as the wheel, gear knob and tailgate table. The vehicle is also enhanced with other JPP selected from the Jeep Wrangler parts catalog such as a matte black seven-slot front grille, mud guards, off-road lights and mirror caps, all contrasting with the Hella Yella paint. The Mopar customization continues inside with black mesh sun bonnet and front grab handles.
In Geneva, the special 1941 configuration is presented on the Rubicon model. It will also be available, from summer 2019, on all Wrangler 2.2-liter diesel versions, and also on both the Sport and Sahara trims.
Jeep® Wrangler Rubicon 1941 Image Gallery: