This custom 2016 Jeep Wrangler is hands down the craziest Jeep we’ve ever seen. Check it out:
Photo credit: eBay seller jasogoul-1
While we would never condone this kind of build, especially on a brand new Jeep, but it’s still fun to look at.
All the custom upgrades were done by a Jeep dealership, which cost them over $54,000. The Jeep cost $43,000 brand new, so the entire project set them back about $97,000.
Because the Jeep is practically brand new with just over 3,000 miles on it, the engine bay was left alone. However, everything else – the body, undercarriage, and interior – is decked out in top-of-the-line custom upgrades.
You can tell at first glance that this is no ordinary Jeep Wrangler.
The first thing we noticed were the 24” Rockstar rims and Trail Grappler tires. If you look close enough, you may spot the red brake calipers.
Next, you'll see the Bushwacker pocket flares, painted AMP Research power steps, and custom door handles and mirrors.
The custom painted gas cap and the tinted windows are nice touches to match the rest of the look. The front of the vehicle sports loads of custom upgrades, including a Fab Four Lifestyle front bumper, a custom 10th Anniversary Edition hood, Apollo lights, custom headlights, headlight guards, red D-rings, and a winch.
The rear wasn't forgotten. It sports a Hyline rear bumper, LED taillights, and taillight guards.
The hardtop roof is custom painted black on the inside to match the custom black leather seats. The interior is mostly black with splashes of white and red everywhere. Here’s a list of the custom parts added to the interior:
The undercarriage received just as much TLC as the other parts on this Jeep. The dealership even painted some of the parts red to match the rest of the ride.
This Jeep’s suspension system received the VIP treatment with brand new shocks, mounts, springs, and arm and track bars. It was even lifted by 4”. Also under this Jeep are:
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