JEEP CHEROKEE TRAIL CARVER CONCEPT: A nice surprise at the 2014 Chicago Auto Show for Jeep aficionados is the one-of-a-kind Jeep Cherokee Trail Carver concept. Trail addicts will appreciate the projected capabilities of the Trail Carver to handle the rugged off-road, while projecting a unique, customized and luxurious look on the streets. Going to the next level of customization, the Mopar-modified Jeep Cherokee uses the Trailhawk 4x4 package powered by a 3.2-liter V-6 engine as a starting point. To achieve horsepower gains, a Mopar cold-air intake and a cat-back exhaust are put to work. An Auburn Pearl paint covers the exterior panels, with low-gloss black and Granite Crystal low-gloss clear touches. The top of the modified Jeep Cherokee sports a concept roof basket design, with orange accent side panels wrapped in woven metallic fabric. A front wind deflector, which includes the Mopar logo, completes the design. Aggressive tires highlight the off-road flavor of the vehicle, and rock rails protect this Jeep Cherokee from trail obstacles. Inside, the cabin has been enhanced with Katzkin Amaretto leather seats, accented by colored leather in the center. Leather wrapping on the center console, storage door and armrest, and matching color stitching on the seats, offer even more appointments. The top and bottom of the steering wheel are leather, and painted trim provides highlights throughout the inside. Additional Mopar goodies include bright door-sill guards with the Jeep Cherokee logo, a wireless smartphone charger, and WiFi. The Jeep Cargo Management Receiver System (JCMRS), features a running bar along the left interior, and Mopar roadside emergency kit, Trailhawk bag and first-aid kit are mounted to the JCMRS. In the Jeep Performance Parts department, a Mopar cold-air intake and a cat-back exhaust are put to work to achieve horsepower gains.
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