Jeep Renegade Mopar Off-Road Concept revealed

By Bob Nagy on January 9, 2015 1:38 PM

Adding more genuine down-and-dirty potential to a standard Trailhawk model, the Jeep Renegade Mopar Off-Road Concept melds existing Jeep Performance Parts and a selection of prototype components with graphic touches to raise its profile. This one-off 4x4 matches unique Commando Green paint with X-shaped body side graphics that echo the design of its custom taillamps while a Mopar Accessory Topographical Hood decal features a map of Detroit to help celebrate the Motor City's auto show. Other features include cross rails, a Mopar roof basket and alloy wheels -- all finished in satin black -- with the rims and tow hooks also featuring Colorado Red accents. To enhance its off-road prowess, a Mopar underbody skid plate kit, rear valance panel and roof rails are complemented by a custom skid plate and rock rails that could become production pieces in the near future. 

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Inside, the Mopar Jeep Renegade Off-Road Concept boasts Katzkin leather upholstery and Commando Green trim on its HVAC bezels, speaker grilles and center console. The steering wheel, shifter and door handles are done in satin black and all interior badging is rendered in neutral grey. The Jeep Authentic Accessories catalog serves up the finishing touches, adding Mopar slush mats, a Mopar cargo tray and Mopar door sills with a Jeep logo.

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