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The Limited Edition Showcases Mopar Jeep Performance Parts

2020 Jeep Wrangler JPP Mopar
Jeep Performance Parts Concept. Image via FCA.

A new day, a new special edition Jeep it seems. This week alone, we have seen the Jeep Gladiator Mojave, plus the Wrangler and Gladiator High Altitude Editions. The 2020 Jeep Wrangler JPP 20 is more than just an appearance package, though. The 4-door Wrangler showcases MOPAR’s line of Jeep Performance Parts (JPP). Usually available as aftermarket accessories, the JPP 20 comes with the best JPP has to offer already installed. The Jeep Wrangler has possibly the largest aftermarket modification market of any vehicle, with Jeep claiming 90% of buyers adding at least one accessory. This edition aims to capitalize on that.

The JPP off road modifications are the most important aspect of the Wrangler JPP 20. Most visually impressive are the JPP wheels, tires and 2-inch lift kit. Standard are a set of aluminum doors, and the JPP steel tube doors seen above.

In addition, there is also a 100 ft Warn Spydura synthetic rope winch that is completely waterproof. Mopar has also fitted the JPP 20 with a new steel front bumper, skid plate and rock rails to offer more off-road protection. For lighting, there are 5 or 7 inch LED light kits with an included mounting harness. This Wrangler will be difficult to get stuck in any trial situation.

To know you bought the Jeep Wrangler JPP 20 and didn’t just stick on some modifications yourself, there are some more visual touches less apparent. The only paint colors on offer are Ocean Blue or White, while the hood features an American flag graphic. There are also several JPP logos, such as on the new rear swing out tailgate and fender.

On the inside, it is typical JL Wrangler, which is no bad thing. The JPP 20 features FCA’s UConnect 7 inch infotainment with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto standard, along with rear park assist and blind spot monitoring. You will find more JPP branding on the dashboard and embroidered on the Katzkin Tuscany leather seats. Finally, Mopar has added their drainable all weather injection molded floor mats.

The same four and six cylinder engines familiar to Jeep remain. Surprisingly, the 8 speed automatic transmission appears to be the only gearbox on offer, with no six speed manual listed. Pricing has not been revealed yet, but expect it to be high with all of the JPP additions. If you want one, you’d better act quickly, as orders open in second quarter 2020 and it is a limited model. Those who want their Jeep Wrangler with all the modifications already installed will get their Wrangler JPP 20 this summer.

Written by Sam Krahn

Sam graduated with a communications Degree from Wayne State University, where he was also a member of the swim team. He's interested to see how new technology will affect the American performance vehicle landscape.

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