The good folks over at Jeep are back in the news. The automaker has revealed a custom-built Wrangler Overlook concept in preparation for this year’s SEMA Show in Las Vegas. The vehicle extends the off-road-ready ride to accommodate three rows of passengers. The design is longer than the Wrangler Unlimited by an entire foot, creating extra space in the rear for the third row of seats.
The additional capacity is accented by a raised roof that sits five inches taller than the standard Wrangler, adding more windows for better visibility. For those in the front, the single-piece top with a pop-up glass adds an immersive approach. The Wrangler Overlook also receives a handful of other features: a custom-made hood, a narrower front bumper, and a widened rear bumper.
The SUV has also been updated with custom bumper lights, Jeep Performance Parts A-pillar lights, and tubular side steps, as well as a JPP 2-inch lift kit with Fox shocks and 20-inch wheels wrapped in robust 37-inch tires. The Jeep Wrangler Overlook is just a concept for now, and Jeep has not mentioned anything about putting it into production.
Take a closer look at this eye-catching concept in the images and head over to Jeep to find out more ASAP. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more from the automotive side of things coming soon.
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