Whatever you want to do with your Wrangler-based pickup, Mopar probably has what you need
Now that Jeep has unveiled the new Gladiator at the LA Auto Show, the customization can begin. And FCA's own parts division is keen to get in on the action before the aftermarket can get a crack at it.
To that end, Jeep is displaying this Gladiator Rubicon decked out with an array of extra components from Mopar. And it provides just a glimpse at the virtually limitless possibilities for personalization that the Wrangler-based pickup will offer. In fact Mopar alone will offer over 200 parts for the Gladiator to help customers make theirs their own.
The show truck boasts a 2-inch lift kit, tube doors, rock rails, off-road auxiliary lights, a mesh fabric roof, five-spoke wheels, a blacked-out grille, windshield tie-down straps, a bike carrier, pickup bed storage system, a cold-air intake, Katzkin seats, grab handles, all-weather floor mats, and additional graphics.
As extensive as that list may seem, it represents just a small cross-section of the extensive list of components that Mopar will offer for the eagerly awaited off-road pickup. The full list includes everything from bed-mounted cross rails and loading ramps to 17-inch beadlock alloys and hood graphics.
The list goes on and on, but the long and short of it is that, whatever you may want to use the Gladiator for, it's likely more than up to the task. And Mopar has the components on offer to outfit the truck to your tastes and needs. Now it'll be up to all the aftermarket outfitters to keep up – or better yet, find how they can modify the new Jeep Gladiator even further. And we're looking forward to seeing what they can all cook up.