jeep wrangler red rock sema
  • Image Credit: Live Photos Copyright 2015 Greg Migliore / AOL
jeep wrangler red rock
  • Image Credit: Live Photos Copyright 2015 Greg Migliore / AOL
jeep wrangler red rock sema front
  • Image Credit: Live Photos Copyright 2015 Greg Migliore / AOL
jeep wrangler red rock sema side
  • Image Credit: Live Photos Copyright 2015 Greg Migliore / AOL
jeep wrangler red rock grille
  • Image Credit: Live Photos Copyright 2015 Greg Migliore / AOL
  • Image Credit: Live Photos Copyright 2015 Greg Migliore / AOL
  • Image Credit: Live Photos Copyright 2015 Greg Migliore / AOL
  • Image Credit: Live Photos Copyright 2015 Greg Migliore / AOL
  • Image Credit: Live Photos Copyright 2015 Greg Migliore / AOL
  • Image Credit: Live Photos Copyright 2015 Greg Migliore / AOL
  • Image Credit: Live Photos Copyright 2015 Greg Migliore / AOL
  • Image Credit: Live Photos Copyright 2015 Greg Migliore / AOL
  • Image Credit: Live Photos Copyright 2015 Greg Migliore / AOL
The SEMA show may have once been all about dropping rides to the floor, but these days it's at least as much about jacking them up on lifted suspensions. And few show cars – or trucks, we should say – managed to embody that spirit at this year's tuner exposition quite as well as the Jeep Wrangler Red Rock you see here.

The concept started out life as a Wrangler Unlimited, but instead of four doors, it has none. Or any roof, for that matter. Just a roll cage and a windscreen. What it does have are 17-inch wheels wearing 35-inch BF Goodrich tires and fitted to a suspension lifted by two inches. It also has a reinforced tailgate, power winch, tow hooks... everything, in short, that you could want or need for off-roading, and little more. As you can see, it also looks the business, with a custom hood, body-color grille, matte-finish bumpers, and a brown leather interior. Handsome as it is, though, its rugged beauty runs more than skin deep: lift off the sheetmetal and you'd find electronic locking differentials, a transfer case, and solid axles fore and aft.

A more extreme take on the existing Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon Hard Rock edition, the Red Rock show truck was done up to honor the organization behind the Easter Jeep Safari that's a favorite among the legions of the Jeep faithful. And while it remains a concept only for the time being, a production version is slated to follow in time to celebrate the event's 50th anniversary next year.

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