Jeep Wrangler Overlook Concept
The SEMA show is the biggest aftermarket event in the world. An industry event to preview the new trends and the products that can help create vehicles tailored to the consumer personality. One of the reasons I love to attend is that you can see hundreds of customized cars. And even the manufacturers venture into the customization of their products. One that got my attention is the Jeep Wrangler Overlook Concept. Based on a four-door Wrangler Sahara this version has been lengthened into a three-row-seat SUV packed with luxurious details and JPP catalog products.
This Jeep incorporates a modular roof raised 5 inches from the stock model to provide more headroom. The cabin has been extended about a foot and now accommodates a third row of seats. The designers did a great job integrating these changes, and the Jeep Overlook has the right look and dimensions that make it look awesome.
That is not all. At the front of this Jeep you see a narrower steel JPP bumper than the stock to increase the angle of approach, but wide enough to provide collision protection. On it, there is a custom top cap and LED fog lights. Black JPP tubular side steps with molded inserts for better grip provide added protection for the body too. A 2-inch JPP lift kit with FOX shocks offers enough room to accommodate enormous 37-inch BFGoodrich KM3 mud tires fitted to 20-inch Black Rhino York wheels. The Jeep Wrangler Overlook Concept is finished in a bronze color paint. It has an impressive stance.
The interior exudes luxury with soft Katzkin leather seats and a black leather-trimmed instrument panel. Both the seats and dash are embellished with Sahara Bronze stitching to match the exterior paint. The center seat panels are upholstered in Raven Black suede with a hexagonal pattern. The front seatbacks are embroidered with the Jeep grille logo. Very luxurious.
I really hope that this goes beyond the concept stage and it becomes a production model. For those that enjoy the glamping experience, this Jeep Overlook fits.