Jeep unveiled at the Paris Motor Show a new Wrangler concept with a fair resemblance to the Willys Jeep of World War II; the car American GIs used to storm the beaches of Normandy and liberate France from the the Nazis. Even the press picture they’ve released shows the car on a beach!
It is called the Jeep Wrangler Stealth and it is based on the Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited model. The car is an open-top version featuring jacked-up suspension, vented hood, off-road fenders, and a special Iron Peltrox paint job.
Wrangler Stealth rides on 37-inch off-road tires mounted on 17-inch wheels and features a suspension lift kit as well. Being a Euro-spec model, this commando Jeep is powered by a 2.8 liter diesel engine.
Accompanying the Stealth at the Paris Motor Show is the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Red Vapor, a limited edition of the high-performance Grand Cherokee SRT version. Red Vapor is all about visual features and set itself apart from normal models with 20 inch five-spoke “Goliath” wheels with black chrome finish and the various glossy black “SRT, “Jeep” and “Grand Cherokee” badges.