SEMA 2007 Preview: Jeep Wrangler All-Access adds opulence to off-roading
click above image for a high-res gallery of the Jeep Wrangler All-Access
The Jeep Wrangler All-Access that's debuting at SEMA this year takes the off-road capability of your traditional Jeep and adds to it premium interior materials and accessories. The idea was to make it more pleasant on the road with features like the MyGig hard drive-equipped sound system. The All-Access also gets body colored fenders rather than the matte finish of the standard Jeep, which to us looks very, very unJeep.
Click HERE to listen to Anna Soldana and LaShirl Turner, designers of the Wrangler All-Access, talk about their design.
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Jeep Wrangler All-access
Designers: Mark Allen, Chief Designer – Jeep/Dodge Truck Studios, Senior Designer – Product Design Office and Anna Soldan, Designer – Product Design Office
The interior of the Jeep Wrangler All-access has been upgraded with premium materials and paint. To give it "trail and off-road" credibility, the designers vamped it up with Mopar performance parts including Rubicon Express 4-in. suspension lift, front and rear bumper with tire carrier, rock rails, cold air intake and Warn 9500ti winch. American Expedition Vehicles supplied its new Pintler sheels.
Painted "Surf Blue," the Wrangler All-access also features 35-in. BFG Mud Terrain tires. In 2008, the Wrangler All-access will be seen at Easter Jeep Safari [Moab, Utah] and Camp Jeep®.
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