Nothing ‘extra’: Jeep Wrangler from Liberty Walk

Nothing ‘extra’: Jeep Wrangler from Liberty Walk

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The Japanese studio Liberty Walk presented a “deeply” modernized off-road version of the Jeep Wrangler. The main feature of the SUV is the absence of all “unnecessary” details.

The car has lost its roof, almost all glass and solid doors. At the same time, the Jeep Wrangler has become more “brutal”. A suite of enhancements called Fairline can be installed on all Sahara mods as well as Rubicon.

A new “mask” is offered for the front of the modernized car. This is a single element that acts as a radiator grille that frames the headlights.

The Wrangler is equipped with a power body kit, additional lights on the front / rear bumper, as well as over the windshield. For the wheel arches, fiberglass arches are proposed. The 22-inch wheels are shod with modern mud tires of the Comforser CF3000 version.

Traditional doors were replaced by power elements without interior decoration, as well as external cladding. A fabric mesh was installed in place of the roof. The technical part remained unchanged. The suspension was slightly raised in the car.

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