Jeep has overhauled the flagship Wrangler for 2018, citing it as their most capable off-road performer yet, available with a new 2.0L turbo four-cylinder, a soon-to-be released diesel and of course the tried-and-true 3.6L Pentastar V6. A large portion of Wrangler ownership is the candid aftermarket world of modifications that allows owners to equip their Jeep to suit their own taste and performance levels. That said, being a new model, what can be expected of the aftermarket for the new JL Wrangler?

Check out Ryan’s walk-around below and then go check out Extremeterrain.com overview as well.

Below are three concept Jeeps –Apocalypse Jeep, Beach Jeep and Overland Jeep—that are intended to showcase some unique and popular avenues in which to use and take the new JL Wrangler to the next level.

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