Mopar has developed two custom versions of the Jeep Renegade which will be showcased at NAIAS next week in Detroit.

Mopar has developed two custom versions of the Jeep Renegade which will be showcased at NAIAS next week in Detroit.

First up, the "Urban Mopar-equipped Jeep Renegade" is based on the Limited version but can be visually distinguished by its Anvil paint with Omaha orange accents and satin black wheels. A similar Omaha orange hue was also used for the front grille rings, mirror caps, roof rails and taillight surrounds while the rear end boasts a bike rack. On the inside it gets Katzkin leather upholstery and Omaha orange accents on the center console, speaker grills and the HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) bezels.

The other vehicle is known as the "Off-road Mopar-equipped Jeep Renegade" and is basically a customized Trailhawk version with a Commando Green hue combined with large side body graphics with an "X" pattern as a connection to the X-shape styling of the taillights. There's a map decal of Detroit on the customized hood while the satin black wheels have one of the rims finished in Colorado red, just like the front & rear tow hooks.

Mopar's more rugged Renegade also gets satin black cross rails and roof basket, along with additional goodies such as a skid plate kit, rear valance and roof rails. Inside there Katzkin leather-wrapped seats, Mopar-branded slush mats, cargo tray and door sills, along with a Commando Green theme for the HVAC bezels, center console and speaker grilles. Rounding off the tweaks is the satin black trim of the door lever, shifter and steering wheel.

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