The Jeep Wrangler Luminator Concept looks like it's got enough candlepower for a Major League Baseball stadium.
LEDs, LEDs, everywhere. In the headlamps. In the taillamps. In the A-pillar spotlights. On the upper bumper. On the hood. We probably missed about 12 other spots.
Oh, hey. Goodyear Wrangler all-terrain tires, not BFGoodrich KM2s this time.
Oh, the places you'll go.
Conquer a trail, add a badge.
There's a capacitive-touch display on the driver's side rear window that includes GPS and internet access.
That funky-looking third brake light doubles as a scouting/trail lamp. It displays different colors to trailing vehicles so they can know what's going on up ahead. Red indicates stop, amber means progress is happening at 1-3 mph, green is 3-25 mph. It can also act as standard floodlamp, emitting white light.
With all that power draw for the extra lighting, having a roof-mounted solar panel is probably a good investment. The roof also has a drone landing pad.
Jeep teamed up with supplier Magneti Marelli for all of the lighting solutions on this rig.
A scanning light bar mounted atop the hood will detect motion and follow moving objects -- like animals -- on the trail ahead.
You can't necessarily see them here, but there are unique magnetic underbody rock lights on the Luminator to make sure you can see what you're about to gouge your underbelly on.