The folks at Chrysler revealed two Mopar-customized Jeep Renegades at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
First up is the off-road model. Slathered in green, this itsy-bitsy rock-crawler features unique body-side graphics and a decal on its hood that’s a map of Detroit.
Beyond these items it rides on satin-finished black wheels though they each have a single spoke that’s offset with red paint. Additionally, the tow hooks found on this Trailhawk model have received the same color treatment.
Underneath, this Renegade concept has a prototype skid plate, rock rails and a unique rear valance, additions that allow it to tackle suitably challenging conditions.
Next up is the urban Mopar-equipped Renegade. This version is tailored for the street rather than the trail and targets youthful urbanites.
Built off a Limited-trim Renegade, this one is painted Anvil — a light-gray hue — though to liven up this rather dour color is offset with numerous bright orange touches. The mirror caps, grille rings, tail-lamp surrounds and other parts received this sunny color.
Inside, passengers are treated to unique Katzkin leather seats. Various cabin components are also painted orange. Like the off-road model this Renegade also rides on satin-black wheels.
GALLERY: Jeep Renegade Concepts
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