Jeep's idea behind the J-Wagon concept was to build a premium Wrangler using Jeep Performance Parts.

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With a Wrangler Sahara as a starting point, Jeep gave it a warm neutral gray paint job with warm-tinted glass. 

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In addition, there are a tasteful use of Brass Monkey touches on the outside of the car.

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Like with any Jeep, there are lots of Easter eggs scattered about the J-Wagon concept.

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The Jeep Performance Parts hood features a cutout to work with the available snorkel.

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The snorkel better prepares the J-Wagon concept to cruise through deeper water.

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Additional lighting comes courtesy of 5-inch LED lights. 

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The Brass Monkey Jeep logo.

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Camel-color Katzkin leather seats provide a more premium interior environment.

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The 17-inch slot-design wheels are also finished in Brass Monkey.

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