[E Group Overseas Report] Jeep is probably the company that launches the most special edition models in the world, and under the Jeep brand structure, the Wrangler is the most special edition model. At the end of 2017, Jeep officially released a new generation of Wrangler. With the launch of the new car, special edition models are also on the way.
At the Geneva International Motor Show held a few days ago, Jeep officially released a 1941 special edition Wrangler, which built the product characteristics of the original factory modification through customization. In terms of performance, the 1941 special edition Wrangler has a 2-inch suspension lift, while adding details such as wading hoses and side protection bars. In terms of color matching, black door handles, exterior mirrors, and fender exterior trim kits are used. The decals on the body use the number 1941 to clarify the positioning of the special edition.
In terms of power, the 1941 special edition Wrangler sold in the European market is powered by a 2.2L turbocharged diesel engine with a maximum output of 149 kW and a maximum torque of 450 Nm, matched with a six-speed manual or eight-speed automatic transmission. The diesel models and gasoline models sold in the European market have also adjusted the speed ratio of the rear axle, increasing the speed ratio of the gasoline version from 3.45 to 3.73.
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Obviously, the appearance of the special edition Wrangler in Geneva in 1941 was another cold meal for Jeep. The Normandy landing in 1941 made Europeans really know Jeep, and because of 1941, Americans always like to regard themselves as liberators. Just, is this really good?
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