Jeep Wrangler JL has been in the market for a few months now, and soon will probabily, get its first special edition.
Namely, this car is painted on a tow truck, and the author of the photo is one of the JL Wrangler forum members. On this model, we see the large Moab inscriptions, which may mean that this special edition will have that label.
Unfortunately, the photograph does not reveal much more, but in the description it is said that this model is equipped with steel bumpers, unique springs and black towing hooks. There are also black details on the grille (grille) coolers as well as gray Jeep markers and aluminum rims on which the BFG Mud Terrain KM2 tires are mounted.
So far there is not much information about this model, but we have to note that the name Moab was the second time in December last year in a catalog. At that time it did not know whether this tag was intended for some additions or a special edition of the car. Still, it looks like this is the other thing.
Since there is still no official Jeep company information, we can only speculate what will be found beneath its heel. However, we know that the new Wrangler sells with the engine pallet, among which are the introductory V6 3.6 liter engine, which develops 285 horsepower (212kW) and 352 Nm of torque, as well as a new two-cylinder four-cylinder turbo charger that develops 270 horsepower power (201kW) and 400 Nm of torque.
They will soon be joined by a trolley EcoDiesel V6 generator that will develop 260 horsepower (193kW) and 598 Nm of torque. This aggregate will be connected to an improved eight-stroke automatic transmission.