Mopar has long been an avid Jeep brand supporter, producing a wide range of parts and replaceable peripherals that turn an owner’s stock ride into a trail-running romper. Now, the brand has unveiled their latest project, the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 1941 Edition, ahead of the upcoming Geneva Motor Show.
The burly Rubicon boasts the latest and greatest Jeep Performance Parts lineup from Mopar, including a 100% street legal off-road oriented two-inch lift kit, rock rails, a snorkel, and all weather mats for an exceedingly attractive silhouette upgrade. A classic 1941 livery compliments one of the automotive manufacturer’s most prominent years — referencing the first ever unveil of the historic Willys Jeep and even integrating a wheel, gear knob, and tailgate table that pay homage to the original troop transport vehicle. Over 200 specialized Jeep Wrangler off-road accessories were included in the build — from off-road lighting and mudguards, all the way to a black sun mesh bonnet and handsomely integrated Hella Yella paint job — the Rubicon 1941 straddles the line between urban explorer and off-road regulator. The package is slated for release this summer.