Mopar-Modified Wranglers Shown off at the L.A. Auto Show [Gallery]

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Mopar leaves its mark on the new Jeep Wrangler JL by showcasing its parts catalog

The folks at Jeep used the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show to debut the long-awaited Jeep Wrangler JL. They intentionally stirred up some hype by releasing a few photos during the SEMA show. Now that Jeep has unveiled the new Wrangler, we have an in-depth video and a photo gallery above to show you just what the 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL is all about. Check out the Mopar-modified Wranglers!

One of the display vehicles in the Jeep booth was a Mopar-modified 2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited. The parts from the Mopar and Jeep catalog installed on this Mojito Green beauty are below:

2-inch lift kit Cold air intake kit
Big brake kit Wrangler snorkel
Warn® winches Fender flares
Tow strap kit Skid plate
Rubicon® steel bumpers CHMSL relocation kit
Rock rails Tailgate reinforcement system
Performance crate axles Oversized spare tire carrier
LED off-road lights And more…

Mopar built these heavy-duty Jeep parts tough to withstand off-road punishment. As the OEM designed these parts, they are guaranteed to fit your vehicle without major snags or hang-ups. In a few cases, well-known brands left their touches to enhance the floor models. For instance, winches are essential Jeep parts for any and all off-road expeditions, period. Naturally then, they found it fitting to fit Warn winches with Rubicon steel bumpers on the  Mopar-modified Wranglers.

A couple years ago, Alpine developed a weather-proof high-performance audio system for the JK. They designed their system to stand up to sand, silt, water and still sound amazing. That same system, with a few minor improvements, is now available for Wrangler JL.

The Jeep brand has a deep history and a loyal following. For the next generation Wrangler, the trick was finding a balance of modernizing the rugged off-roader while remaining true to its heritage. The photo gallery below reveals a lot of the details built into the next-generation Wrangler.