Resting atop a rock pile, a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited welcomed visitors to the Camp Jeep pavilion. A real treat for off-road enthusiasts, this massive hall adjacent to the convention center features a full dirt track with steep inclines to show off the SUVs' climbing ability. Circling this track is an array of classic Jeeps and cool project vehicles, including themed Wranglers built by SoBe and Fender. This 2004.5 model measures 15 inches longer than a typical Wrangler; the added length is split, with 13 inches more cargo space and two more inches of rear legroom, creating a more functional, more livable all-terrain sport/ute. This long-wheelbase model promises improved on-road ride quality, while retaining the legendary Jeep off-road prowess, as engineers were keen to retain a 20-degree minimum breakover angle. Powered by a 4.0-liter/190-horse inline-six, the Unlimited boasts a 3500-lb towing capacity, besting the regular Wrangler by 1500 lbs. The larger Jeep has a large cloth top for foul weather and security that features a large 45x23-inch center flap to create a massive sunroof; it is also available with a removable hardtop. Look for this Wrangler to reach dealerships in April.Click to see more photos of the Jeep Wrangler
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