Jeep Wrangler “Stealth” Boasts A 2.8-Liter Turbodiesel
Published November 23, 2014
Jeep had been a quiet lately, until the Paris Motor Show that is. They introduced the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon “Stealth” which is bound to rule off-road, and on it as well. Merely powered by a 2.8-liter Turbodiesel engine which puts down 200-HP and 339 lb-ft of torque. It’s currently one-off model but since the majority of the accessories are Mopar can easily be replicated.
The variety of Mopar accessories include a suspension that leaves it sitting way taller than the stock edition, especially with the 37″ tires that are wrapping the 17″ wheels. This Wrangler Stealth also includes a vented hood, classic half-doors, and a windshield mounted LED light bar. The Rubicon X Trail bumpers and flat top fenders are only complimented by the Iron Peltrox textured black paint job which really makes it look like one mean SOB.
Now for the most unfortunate part is that all Jeeps in the United States are currently gas powered, unlike the European models. We think with current rumors flying of projects such as the 2016 Ford Bronco SVT Raptor that Jeep should consider making the Jeep Wrangler Ulimited Rubicon “Stealth” a production car for American streets.
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