Wrangler Concept Series: 2014 Jeep Wrangler Level Red
August 11, 2014
We showed you the Wrangler Mojo concept
a little while ago and hopefully you were as impressed with it as we were. The Mojo isn’t alone in the world of Jeep concepts though, as the company routinely makes a variety of them to showcase at the Moab Easter Safari every year. A great example of another concept is the 2014 Level Red. This black and red Jeep’s name speaks to the highest level of trail difficulty and the Jeep’s ability to handle these trails. Check out the Level Red below and let us know what you think in the comments below.
The Jeep Wrangler Level Red
The first thing you’ll notice about the Level Red is the amazing paint job. The entire Jeep is decked out from head to toe in black and red. The Pitch Black base color is set off by the red accents, especially the highlights in the front grille.
The Jeep concept also received a Mopar half-door kit as well as bigger 17 x 8 beadlock wheels that are wrapped in 35” BFGoodrich Mud Terrain Tires. The Jeep received a 2-inch lift thanks to a Jeep Performance Parts lift kit, and to even better set off the Pitch Black color there’s a TorRed graphic stripe that runs from the top of the hood, down the sides of the body to about mid-fender. Added to this are the Jeep Performance rock rails and skid plates to keep the undercarriage in tact when hitting those red-level trails, and you’ve got yourself a pretty nice ride. Jeep used the 10th
anniversary Rubicon bumpers on the Level Red to give it a perfectly smooth transition from bumper to fender, and to house the WARN winch that’s included. Rounding out the exterior upgrades you’ll find a prototype Jeep performance parts tire carrier, a locking gas cap, and even a hood prop kit. Everything you need to have the perfect Wrangler.
The upgrades don’t stop with the outer look, though. The Level Red Wrangler received a cold-air intake kit for breathing in easier, and a low-restriction exhaust for an easy exhale. The front and rear axles were replaced with 4.10-to-1 ratio Dana 44 crate axles, and a Jeep Performance Parts Rock-Trac transfer case with a 4-to-1 low range for steady off-road driving and a 73-to-1 crawl ratio will get you up just about anything you come across.
The interior isn’t as amazing as the upgrades or the exterior, but it’s still clean and well thought out. The seats are all-leather from Katzkin and feature all lack with red highlights. The steering wheel is gloss black with red inserts, and the glossy black highlights can also be seen on the door pulls and dash inserts as well as red highlights on the seatbelt, floor mats, and even the roll bars. All in all, this is one awesome Jeep that we’re hoping sees production soon.