The second SEMA concept car released today by the automaker formerly known as the 'merican side of the German-American hybrid's a...Jeep. Yup, both of the concept vehicles they're showing at the moment for SEMA are Jeeps — maybe we should expect next month to see two Dodge concepts and hell, maybe even two Chrysler concepts the month after that. Talk about releasing this stuff in dribbles, eh? Well, whatever — whereas the JT concept was the meat and potatoes, the Wrangler Ultimate's meant to be like whatever goes well for dessert with meat and potatoes. Filled with more bling than any two episodes of Pimp My Ride, this concept car's still got the same underpinnings as what gave the JT concept the ability to free itself from it's Moab-ite dungeon hole. That's right, the Ultimate's got the 3-inch lift kit and 35-inch BF Goodrich Mud Terrain tires, but when you drop on the 18-inch aluminum wheels, you know this bad boy's meant for show. Still, it's not too shabby-looking if you ask us. We'll take one in chrome delete and maybe in a matte black finish.
SEMA 2007: Jeep Wrangler JT Concept [internal]