• SEMA
  • Nov 7th 2013 at 4:05PM
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  • Image Credit: Drew Phillips
  • Image Credit: Drew Phillips
  • Image Credit: Drew Phillips
  • Image Credit: Drew Phillips
  • Image Credit: Drew Phillips
  • Image Credit: Drew Phillips
  • Image Credit: Drew Phillips
  • Image Credit: Drew Phillips
  • Image Credit: Drew Phillips
  • Image Credit: Drew Phillips
  • Image Credit: Drew Phillips
  • Image Credit: Drew Phillips
According to a recent report, the Jeep Wrangler is the most popular SUV for customization, and this is backed up by the fact that the iconic off-roader was just named the Hottest 4x4-SUV at SEMA for the fourth year in a row. Looking for ways to keep its customers in-house rather than going aftermarket, Jeep and Mopar are always teaming to offer exciting new parts and pieces for the JK Wrangler.

Compared to most other Wranglers on display at SEMA – as well as other Chrysler Mopar SEMA concepts – the Jeep Wrangler Copper Crawler is surprisingly reserved, but should be no less exciting for owners to give their Wrangler a distinctive look. Starting off with an eye-catching copper paint scheme, the Jeep then goes on a Mopar catalog shopping spree with its matte black grille, black beadlock wheels, two-inch lift, Rubicon bumper (with a winch and aero end caps up front) and rocker panel and taillight guards.

Jeep also upgraded the Wrangler's transfer case for low-speed rock crawling (hence the vehicle's name) and cold-air intake for extra measure.
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Jeep Wrangler Copper Crawler
The Jeep Wrangler - the most capable vehicle in the world - becomes even more versatile when combined with a healthy selection of Mopar parts and accessories. The Jeep Wrangler Copper Crawler, based off the two-door 2014 Jeep Wrangler, is geared up and ready to attack the trail on the outside, the inside and underhood.

The exterior is armed with a Mopar front bumper and rear bumper, lightweight Mopar rock rails, and lightweight 17-inch wheels with forged beadlocks and beauty rings. The copper color is contrasted with a Mopar black grille, Mopar Rubicon front and rear bumpers with aero end caps, black hood decal, black two-door hardtop, black tail lamp guard, and black fuel-filler door with a locking gas cap. Other Mopar items include a trailer hitch receiver with tow wiring kit, 9.5ti winch and synthetic winch line and Mopar rock rails including Rub Rail. The 17 x 8-inch forged, lightweight beadlock-capable wheels, with color-keyed copper rings, ride on mud terrain T/A KM35? tires and tire carrier.

The interior receives premium customization with Tuscany Katzkin leather seats, and all-weather slush mats, grab handles and black door-sill guards further enhance the inside. To be successful in off-road battle, the Jeep Wrangler Copper Crawler is modified with a 2-inch lift kit, Mopar 4:1 rock-trac transfer case and a Mopar cold-air intake.


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      hollanderm
      • 1 Year Ago
      First, I love this jeep. Finally a custom jeep that doesn't scream mud-bog lunatic. Second, does anyone think they have the painted fenders and the unpainted roof wrong? My off-roader preference--I would not want to bounce through a narrow trail with painted wheel fenders. If you wanted to show off your Jeep with a custom color why not just do the painted top?
      Brian Reichert
      • 1 Year Ago
      can't wait to see the raging douche bags who buy this excellent piece of american engineering
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Brian Reichert
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          Smilez1105
          • 1 Year Ago
          I'm sorry Brian, but you have gone way overboard in your analysis of these mods. 1) the end caps are better than the stock bumper and improve angles 2) the approach and departure angles are sitll best in the industry 3) don't act like the tow hooks are sticking out 3 feet and are 4 feet wide. 4) most people know that intakes are about 90% sound and 10% efficiency 5) if the Rubicon has lockable diffs, I sure this will too. Not to mention the Rubi has Dana 44s. Remember, essentially this is a factory optioned vehicle. No other company can come close to this level of purpose built modification. If it's not your cup of tea, fine. But don't pretend to know as much as you think. This will go further than any stock vehicle out there. It sounds more like you have an axe to grind with someone.
          Brian Reichert
          • 1 Year Ago
          If I was in the market for another new wrangler, this hideously pre-modded version would be my last choice. I'd love to see how awesome the approach angle is with the end capped "rubicon" bumper, which I wasn't even aware existed. I'm so positive that cold air intake would be essential for off roading, given the MASSIVE gains across one of the ugliest power curves ever seen in a Jeep (don't get your panties in a bunch, I'm talking about the curve not the actual numbers.) Those rear tow hooks look PERFECT to slam on every rock you might be able to "crawl." Not too sure how any serious crawling can even be done; I don't see any mention of axle upgrades from your run of the mill sport JK, but judging from the rest of the "upgrades" I'd say they are not lockable. Pitiful to call this disaster a crawler.
      Clipper44
      • 1 Year Ago
      This purty lil Jeep is all dressed up with no party to go to.
      Worx2749
      • 1 Year Ago
      That isn't 'copper' by a long stretch: try 'yellow'.