The polish tuner Carlex design today published a few pictures of a modified Jeep Wrangler that we have to show you. The presentation vehicle even comes with a few changes on the outside that are basically not supposed to be. We would like to mention you anyway. The vehicle has a new front bumper with red towing eyes and a grille mask with an evil eye and black LED main headlights. The small round indicators are now also in black. There was also a large LED light bar on the roof and a set of new side skirts. Unfortunately, there are no pictures of the rear so that we cannot say anything about it. We have a lot more information about the interior.
Here, Carlex Design is now offering classic "seat covers" which, however, cannot be compared with the usual supermarket variants. The Carlex covers are perfectly fitting and made of high quality leather and artificial leather and come with decorative seams and embroidery in different colors. Optionally, the steering wheel can also be revised and made with perforated nappa leather or as Laser version even with a stylish laser-engraved motif on the steering wheel rim. This is all available for the Two-door (JK and JKU 2007-2017) and the 4-door model (JK and JKU 2007-2017). If we get even more information, there is of course an update for this report. You will be informed if yours is just ours Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!
(Photos: Carlex design + pickup design)
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Jeep Wrangler interior by Carlex Design
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