Starting up front, the Mopar team equipped the concept with a JPP Rubicon front bumper. The entire unit has been modified with a grille guard that’s based on the system built for the Gladiator J6 concept, and a Warn winch is also tucked neatly into the bumper.
The builders then moved their attention onto the hood and fenders, crafting a custom solution for this concept. A pair of five-inch LED lights are affixed near the A-pillar, and dual storage tracks nested atop the truck, one of which has racks for a pair of mountain bikes.
Follow the JPP rock rails towards the back of the truck and you’ll see Jeeps pièce de résistance: a PCOR tray bed and canopy build by overlanding exerts Patriot Campers. On the driver’s side of the canopy is where the fun begins or ends—your choice. Either way, it’s where the engineers decided to put the battery-powered nourishment stations. A Dometic-brand refrigerator keeps things cool all day, and to heat things up, a Snap-On-branded electric hot dog roller with bun warmer, of course.
The passenger side is where more serious stuff happens. A toolbox, shelving, auxiliary lighting panel, and some extra power supplies are all present, just in case you need to fix your bike on the fly.