Here's the Jeep Wrangler wrapped up in the latest Rubicon X Package introduced at the Geneva Motor Show. Based on the off-road oriented Rubicon trim level, the new model brings exclusive styling cues and functional features.
It will include a seven slot black front grille with black inserts, black painted 17 inch aluminum wheels, dual intake Power Dome hood, deep-tint sunscreen glass, Mopar black fuel filler door, body color hard spare-tyre cover and a standard body colored hard top.
On the inside, the Wrangler Rubicon X Package brings red or black leather seats and leather-wrapped steering wheel, standard heated front seats, silver accents across the cabin and Mopar tread-pattern slush mats.
Other features include the UConnect multi-media infotainment and navigation system with 6.5 inch touchscreen, 40 gigabyte hard disk, USB compatibility, AUX port, DVD player and voice activated Bluetooth UConnect Phone.
The package will be available in the second quarter of 2014, and the model will be available in two engines - the 200hp 2.8 liter turbo diesel unit and the 284hp 3.6 liter V6 Pentastar petrol unit.
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