WRANGLER THREE-ROW: Meet The Jeep® Wrangler Overlook Concept!

Jeep & Mopar Show Us Their Three-Row Wrangler Idea...

The Mopar brand is releasing seven custom concept vehicles for this year’s Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show. The fleet of custom vehicles and hundreds of performance parts and accessories for the Dodge, Jeep®, and Ram Truck brands, will be on display inside Mopar’s dedicated exhibit inside the Las Vegas Convention Center starting November 2nd to the 5th.

Jeep® Wrangler Overlook Concept. (Mopar).

The third vehicle we will be discussing is the Jeep® Wrangler Overlook Concept.

The Jeep Wrangler Overlook Concept stretches a four-door Wrangler Unlimited Sahara into a three-row off-roader loaded with luxury touches and a wide array of products from the Jeep Performance Parts (JPP) portfolio.

Exterior – 

Jeep® Wrangler Overlook Concept. (Mopar).

The cabin of the Sahara Bronze Jeep Overlook Concept extends an additional 12 inches to allow for the third row of seats. That’s right, this Wrangler features three rows of seating. The custom modular roofline is 5 inches taller than the standard model for more interior headroom.

Outdoor viewing has been enhanced with dual side and three front-facing windows above the second and third rows. A custom removable one-piece Freedom Top with flip-up glass sunroof panel opens the view over the driver and front passenger.

Jeep® Wrangler Overlook Concept. (Mopar).

A JPP 2-inch lift kit with FOX shocks makes room for 20-inch Black Rhino York wheels mounted on 37-inch BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain KM3 tires. Black JPP tubular side steps, with molded inserts for sure-footed traction, provide superior protection and durability.

The JPP stamped steel front bumper is narrower than the stock unit for improved approach angle, but is still wide enough to provide fender protection, and is fitted with a custom top closeout and LED fog lamps. Above the bumper, the grille is finished in a Satin Black finish. The concept hood is accented with custom black Mopar hood latches that feature the Jeep Willys logo and a pair of JPP 5-inch off-road LED lights with a custom-designed Platinum Chrome finish are mounted ahead of the A-pillars, each shining at 4,800 lumens to help illuminate the trail. 

Jeep® Wrangler Overlook Concept. (Mopar).

At the rear of the vehicle, a Tailgate Reinforcement System and Oversized Spare Tire Carrier Modification Kit enable a larger spare tire to be mounted on the swing gate. A JPP Center High-Mount Stop Lamp (CHMSL) Relocation Kit mounts the third brake light in the center of the spare tire. Custom-made rear bumper extensions reach about 12 inches around each quarter panel to the wheel flares.

Interior – 

Jeep® Wrangler Overlook Concept. (Mopar).

On the interior of the Wrangler Overlook Concept, the vehicle is outfitted with luxurious black Katzkin leather seats and a black leather-wrapped dashboard. Both seats and dash are accented with Sahara Bronze stitching to match the exterior. The center panels in the seats use Raven Black suede in a hexed stitch pattern to add a special look with the front seats featuring a Jeep grille logo embroidered in the seatbacks.

Jeep® Wrangler Overlook Concept. (Mopar).

Helping to protect the sill areas under all four doors are black sill guards featuring the vehicle’s logo.

So what do you think about the Wrangler Overlook Concept? How do you feel about a three-row Wrangler? Let us know in the comments below or in the MoparInsiders.com forums.

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Robert S. Miller

Robert S. Miller is a diehard Mopar enthusiast who lives and breathes all that is Mopar. The Michigander is not only the Editor for MoparInsiders.com, 5thGenRams.com, and HDRams.com but an automotive photographer. He is an avid fan of offshore powerboat racing, which he travels the country to take part in.

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The 2015 Africa concept rehashed, just a third seat rather than superior cargo space.
The fixed steel roof of the Africa also improved interior space because the roll bar wasn't needed.

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I’d take this concept a bit seriously. Is this a three row Wrangler in development? Yea, I think so and not just a casual design exercise, but a peek at a real future Jeep. The upgraded interior is also quite serious and a direct response to Bronco. The three rows, especially the attractive roofline design, may be a real test of public reaction to be followed closely because it is very seriously under consideration.. Of all these concepts I would bet this one is much more than a styling exercise but a true marketing evaluation of something well along in development. Three rows of Jeep cannon shot across the Bronco’s bow.

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This is the only way I'd be able to justify a wrangler

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