Jeep Wrangler Maximum Performance
The Jeep Wrangler Maximum Performance is another four-door JK that ups the ante in regards to serious off-road performance. This hard-top Wrangler is designed for hard-core trail abuse, as it is outfitted with new Jeep Performance Parts-exclusive push-button electric-locking Dana 60 axles at the front and rear. The Jeep and Mopar teams then equipped 4.88 gearing and a 4:1 Rock-Trac transfer case in the Maximum Performance for serious crawling.
Additional ground clearance in the form of a prototype Jeep Performance Parts 4-inch lift kit helps raise the vehicle and accommodate 37-inch BFGoodrich Mud Terrain tires. Jeep and Mopar say the Wrangler Maximum Performance boasts a 70:1 crawl ratio.
A Mopar Blue paint is matched with a Mopar black grille to complete the clean look of the front of the Wrangler, which is outfitted with a prototype Jeep Performance Parts winch sitting on prototype “Stinger” front bumper. Prototype LED lights mounted to the top of the vehicle help provide added visibility for nighttime off-roading. A unique, prototype graphics package of the Moab landscape adorns the hood of the Wrangler Maximum Performance as well.