Without disrespect to Jeep Wrangler loyalists, it might appear boring to drive the same vehicle well known in the US landscape and switch over to something different look wise and also some technical boosts thrown in. Jeep owners, of course, could come with this urge of spending a few more thousands of dollars on the aftermarket equipment.
Chrysler it seems wants the owners to spell the word “Mopar’ to suffice the urge engineered by moments of disorientation. This is the reason the Jeep painted in yellow descended on the Geneva Show. Apart from the awkward fitting name for the Wrangler “Rock Star” this is the soft-top and half-doors, Wrangler Rubicon. This one wears the one and only banned from the home ground 2.8 Liter four-cylinder turbo diesel engine.
You won’t find it difficult to sight this Jeep with its school bus yellow paint scheme. This scheme is found all over the Jeep that include steering wheel spokes, passenger grab handle and the air-vent trim where like the wheels, gas cap, grille, and the remaining interior spaces have been given the black garnish. Bottom of the A-pillars has a light bar/hoop fixed on to it, hence you cannot fold down the windshield of Rock Star. Don’t be sorrowed, you get LED lamps in return which is square and fixed high and proud. Square lights being hated by most Jeep Wrangler owners is no secret hence you can consider this move of installing them a high-risk decision.
Lack of round lamps might make up with the US Army-ish star- very distressed looking - perched on the hood. The diesel is not being added to the Mopar list of the US by Chrysler, but it for the rest they will make available in near future, anyone for the yellowish Rock Star?