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Jeep Revolutionizes Driving Industry With Their All-New Hood Map (A Must See)

jeep-hood-mapWay back in the day, back before vehicles were even invented, explorers and travelers would use paper maps to get around and find their way. As technology became more advanced, people began searching for their directions on MapQuest or Google Maps and printing them out. Finally, the most recent technology has allowed us to have GPS systems conveniently located on the dash of our vehicles. But now, Jeep is revolutionizing the way we travel by offering something particularly unique (and useful): hood maps.

Granted, these are “static” hood maps, meaning, they don’t change images – at least not yet. The hood map can essentially be a map of anything: city streets, forest trails, or an entire country. It’s a simplistic piece of technology that is making the rounds across the vehicle industry, mainly because of the vast amount of potential that it has to offer. Think about it: what may be a static hood map today may one day turn into an electronic one. And there’s no doubt that Jeep is working around the clock to make it happen.

But for now, these new static hood maps are going to suffice. First off, they’re a lot of fun. You can create your own stylized topographical map of any off-road trail that you want! Not only is it a lot of fun but also it drastically decreases the chances that you’re going to get lost when traveling in unfamiliar territory. Using Jeep’s signature online tool, users can choose whatever geographic area they want to place on their hood. We say “signature” because at the moment, there are no other car companies in the industry working on the same thing. Learn more at Chapman Jeep.

They are truly paving a way for future hood map technology, and it’s very exciting. Even if you don’t use the hood map for practical purposes, it still looks pretty cool, and can serve as a nice hood decal (it sure beats having nothing on your hood). Once individuals have customized their decal online, they can pick it up at a local Jeep dealership. The process is very simplified, and you’ll be surprised to hear that they’re actually quite budget-friendly as well. The average decal starts right around $295, which, considering its unique value and visual appeal, is a pretty good price.

The sticker itself may take up to ten days to deliver. Once it arrives, users have the option of taking the DIY approach, or the option of having a certified Henderson Jeep dealer install it. Either way, the end result is spectacular. Some people think that these new hood maps look “gimmicky”, but this is hardly the case. Not only do they look amazing, the fact of the matter is that they open up the door for premium future upgrades. In the future, Jeep may even go as far as to incorporate a digital hood map on all of their Jeep models. Remember, all great ideas are typically built upon simpler ones.

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