German tuner Geiger Cars has developed a comprehensive upgrade kit for the Jeep Wrangler.

Work started on the supercharged V6 3.6-liter engine which has received an ECU remap, custom charge air intercooler and a cold air intake box while the boost pressure was also increased. There's also a quad exhaust setup made from stainless steel lowering back-pressure while providing a "sporty, mellifluous soundtrack." After all these changes were made, the engineers managed to boost output by 80 HP (59 kW) and 70 Nm (52 lb-ft) to 356 HP (262 kW) and 417 Nm (308 lb-ft) of torque.

The Wrangler also received 18-inch alloy wheels wrapped around in 305/70 Mickey Thompson tires while the ground clearance was increased by 2.5 inches (63.5mm) to further enhance the vehicle's off-road capabilities. Other goodies installed on this particular vehicle include Bilstein dampers, front bumper bull bar and skid plate while the back now hosts a custom carrier for the spare wheel and a water tank.

Painted in bright orange, the Jeep Wrangler by Geiger Cars also boasts street-legal LED auxiliary lights installed on the rollover bar while the grill, hood and roof have a black foil tire pattern.

All these tweaks have jacked up the price of this tuned Jeep Wrangler to €64,200.

Gallery: Jeep Wrangler gets 356 HP and other upgrades from Geiger Cars

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