The Nacho Jeep is designed to show off a lot of the Jeep Performance Parts catalog. It started as a 2.0L Turbo 2-door JL Rubicon in the rare Nacho yellow color. Jeep added a two-inch lift, 37-inch tires, 17-inch beadlock wheel, a cold air intake, tons of lights, tubular doors, and other JPP goodies as well.
What do you call a Jeep that isn’t yours? Nacho Jeep! Okay, sorry. Couldn’t resist. But anyway, get a load of this super yellowy-orange Wrangler.
The list of upgrades is extensive. For starters, we have a new hood with black Jeep Performance Parts badge, a satin black Mopar grille, a Warn winch kit, brush guard-mounted LED lights, rear scouting lights, a larger spare tire carrier and JPP fuel door. The Nacho has a 2-inch lift kit, 2.5-inch aluminum body shocks and 37-inch tires wrapping 17-inch wheels. Jeep’s 2.0-liter turbo engine is found underhood, with a cold-air intake for better performance. Inside, black Katzkin leather seats are adorned with tungsten accent stitching.That’s a lot of kit, and that’s intentional. The creators call this one a “rolling catalog” for Mopar’s Jeep Performance Parts menu, and shows how buyers could customize their own 2018 Wranglers.