2012 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited "Crush Recovery"

We still have to wait a long time before the 2012 SEMA Auto Show officially starts, but there are already a few vehicles getting prepped for their big day. One of these models is a ruggedly eccentric Wrangler Crush Recovery designed by famed Jeep builder, Dave Doetsch.

His project is based on a 2012 Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon , the most capable off-road vehicle on the market. The new Wrangler Unlimited "Crush Recovery" was outfitted with more than 60 of the latest products from OMIX’s family. These products include Alloy USA’s high-strength chromoly axle shafts, Rugged Ridge XHD modular aluminum bumpers, and new half doors for the Jeep. Topping off the accessories is an Orange Crush exterior paint finish, which is where the name of the project comes from.

Before its official launch in SEMA, the Wrangler Unlimited "Crush Recovery" will be unveiled to selected customers at the 2012 Airpark Jeep Jamboree in Scottsdale, Ariz. on October 13, 2012.


8 comments:

With the provided and included high-strength materials and parts, this Wrangler makes it one of the above-standard Jeep ever produced.

This Jeep deserves for admiration. The quality and strength of the materials are assured. It’s a great job well done by them.

I only love thee Crush Recovery with its extreme sportiness and off-road capabilities.

This Crush Recovery included USA’s Alloy high-strength chrome axle shafts, and a Rugged Ridge XHD modular aluminum bumpers. They ended it with an Orange exterior paint.

It doesn’t look like it will be crashed-resistant. I bet they are referring into another crashing term.

So does it mean that it will be a Crash-safe piece?

I can barely see the changes on its physical attribute. On the contrary, I think its engine is capable of providing a very dynamic performance and a super smooth ride.

Wrangler seems more authority in this Crush Recovery. The orange exterior makes it more sporty and ready for an off-road adventure.

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