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Jeep Wrangler Red Rock Concept rocks SEMA 2015

 

Red Rock Concept

When you want to choose the ultimate off-roading machine, you really only have a few choices, and the Jeep Wrangler is one of those choices. Of course, if you know anything about SUVs or off-roading, you probably know this is true, but it’s great to see the Jeep Wrangler rock it and impress more people, and it did this year at the SEMA 2015 with the Red Rock concept vehicle.

Every year, out in Moab, Utah, the Red Rock four-wheelers club hosts the popular Easter Jeep Safari. This is a celebration where participants can check out the latest unveilings of concept vehicles by Jeep. With the 50th anniversary approaching, Jeep decided to show its best stuff with the Easter Jeep Safari, and it unveiled a modified Wrangler concept for the 2015 SEMA show.  To see any other Jeep models that you will love, you can come to Chapman Chrysler Jeep.

The Jeep Wrangler Red Rock concept is not a new idea, and it’s based on the Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon Hard Rock. It features custom paint and interior trim, which is a must for any concept vehicle; it also has upgraded components and accessories. Again, for a concept vehicle to turn heads, it’s necessary to show off a bit, and the Jeep Wrangler Red Rock concept is certainly showing off, and you will love any model of the 2015 Jeep Wrangler.

While it’s fun to check out the interior and accessories, any serious off-roading enthusiast knows that there is more to an SUV. The Red Rock delivers as it uses “next-generation” solid front and rear axles, which are the Dana 44 version, manufactured by Dana Corp. They sport a 4:1 low range, which is perfect for anyone who wants to do some serious off-roading. The Jeep is, rightly so, equipped with a manual transmission that offers a 73.1:11 crawl ratio, which will help a motorist get over all of the toughest obstacles.

 

When looking at the exterior, we can see that the Jeep Wrangler Red Rock concept has some exterior changes, and this is the main reason why it impressed everyone. With a two inch lift and 17-inch beaadlock wheels, fog lights, LED headlights, a Warn winch, reinforced tailgate and front and rear differential covers, this is a concept that can do it all, on and off the road.

If you inspect the inside, you will love the CB radio, which is useful if you are going to play out in the desert. There are also Amaretto Brown Katzkin leather seats, which are both functional and comfortable, providing the driver and his or her passengers with a nice ride.
Unlike most other SEMA show vehicles, you may be able to get your hands on one in the future, or at least a similar model. Jeep said that the concept is previewing a special edition model that will be available to buy next year.  However, be warned, there is a production limit of just 50, so if you want one, you are going to have on be on top of things. Though, if you get one, you are sure to love it.

 

 

 

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