At the Geneva International Auto Show held recently, Jeep officially released a 1941 special version of the Wrangler to build the original modified product features through a customized approach. In terms of performance, the 1941 Special Edition Wrangler carried out a 2-inch suspension lift with additional details such as wading and side guard bars. In terms of color matching, a black exterior door handle, exterior rearview mirror, and fender exterior kit are used. The decals of the car body use the number of 1941 to clarify the positioning of the special edition.
In terms of power, the 1941 Special Edition Wrangler sold in the European market is equipped with a 2.2L turbocharged diesel engine as the main configuration, with a maximum output of 149 kW and a maximum torque of 450 Nm, matching the six-speed manual or eight-speed automatic transmission. The diesel and gasoline versions sold in the European market also adjusted the speed ratio of the rear axle, increasing the 3.45 version of the gasoline version to 3.73.
Obviously, the 1941 special edition Wrangler's debut in Geneva is another jeep's cold love. The Normandy landing in 1941 gave Europeans a real understanding of Jeep, and because of 1941, Americans always like to be liberators. But what I want to say, is this really good?
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