A two-tone paint job and rakish roofline carryover beautifully on this modern interpretation of the 1966 Jeepster.
The Jeep Jeepster concept is a modern take on the original 1966 Jeepster.
Like the original, the new concept features a two-tone paint job and rakish roofline.
On the concept, Bright White contrasts nicely with Firecracker Red.
The hood and graphics are taken directly from the Jeep Performance Parts catalog.
The windshield has been redesigned with more rake and still features the stock Wrangler's fold-down feature.
A 2-inch lift kit with 2.5-inch diameter aluminum shocks are also featured on the Jeepster concept.
The Rubicon steel front bumper gets LED fog lights.
The 17-inch wheels are beadlock-capable and wrapped with 37-inch BF Goodrich K02 tires.
A in-cabin spare tire carrier is in the back of the Jeepster concept.
No word about the powertrain, but given the 2018 Wrangler bones, there's either turbo-four or Pentastar V6 power.
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