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Mopar’s 2020 vehicle is the Jeep Wrangler JPP 20

by Patrick Rall on

Over the course of the past decade, the Mopar brand has rolled out 10 customized vehicles, including the Challenger, the Charger, the Dart, the Durango and the Ram 1500. For the 11th Mopar vehicle, FCA has taken a different approach, picking the Jeep Wrangler and assigning it a unique name. Unlike the past models which have been called Mopar 10, Mopar 13 and Mopar 19, the newest factory-modified vehicle is called the JPP 20.

While the upgrades made to the Dodge and Ram vehicles came from Mopar, the items on this Jeep Wrangler come from the Jeep Performance Parts catalog, hence the unique name. Name aside, this Wrangler perfectly follows suit with the Moparized models that came before it.

“The new limited-edition Jeep Wrangler JPP 20 is a ‘check-all-the boxes’ off-road vehicle for enthusiasts,” said Mark Bosanac, Head of Mopar Service, Parts and Customer Care for FCA – North America. “We loaded the Jeep brand’s iconic rock crawler with factory-backed and quality-tested, authentic Jeep Performance Parts specifically designed and engineered to tackle the toughest conditions.”

JPP 20 Upgrades

The JPP 20 is based on the 2020 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited and buyers can select any of the engines offered in the legendary SUV while the 8-speed automatic is standard on all models. The package can be equipped on vehicles painted Ocean Blue or White.

On the outside, the JPP 20 Wrangler starts with a set of steel tube doors with side-view mirrors that come in addition to the standard production doors. The standard doors come on the vehicle while the tube doors can be installed after delivery. There is also a mesh sun shade that covers all of the seats, providing an open air feel while providing protection from the sun, along with rock rails coated in Durabull bedliner.

Up front, the JPP 20 has a unique steel bumper that is narrower than the standard unit for improved off-road maneuverability, with D-rings and an integrated Warn winch fitted with 100 feet of Spydura synthetic rope. Out back, this customized Wrangler has a JPP Swing Gate Hinge Reinforcement that will carry a larger, heavier spare tire while a Center High-Mount Stop Lamp relocates the third brake light to the middle of that big spare tire.

The other standard features of the JPP 20 include an American flag hood graphic, black fender vents, a black fuel door, a JPP graphic decal on the passenger-side quarter panel and a laser-etched aluminum JPP badge on both the driver’s side fender and the rear swing door.

In addition to the standard features listed above, this 2020 Wrangler JPP 20 comes with an owner’s kit that includes a variety of vouchers for more upgrades. For the exterior, buyers get to pick between five different wheel choices and four different tire options, all from the Jeep Performance Parts catalog. The owner’s kit also includes credits for a JPP 2-inch lift kit and an elaborate LED lighting package, featuring 5-inch and 7-inch units scattered around the front end.

On the inside, the JPP 20 Wrangler features Katzkin Tuscany leather seats with an embroidered JPP logo on the seatbacks. There are also all-weather floormats, a Mopar cargo tray and the Technology Group, adding a 7-inch instrument cluster, a 7-inch UConnect touchscreen, Rear Park Assist and LED taillights.

We don’t know pricing for the JPP 20 just yet, nor do we know how many will be produced, but we know that production will be limited. We don know that orders for these models will be taken starting in during the second quarter of 2020 with the first units reaching dealers this summer.

Patrick Rall was raised a Mopar boy, spending years racing a Dodge Mirada while working his way through college. After spending a few years post-college in the tax accounting field, Patrick made the jump to the world of journalism and his work has been published in magazines and websites around the world.

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