According to Chrysler, customization is all the rage with off-roading Jeep Wrangler buyers. So much so, that Chrysler unveiled a special "Moparized" Jeep Wrangler Unlimited at the Frankfurt Motor Show with a smattering of Mopar accessories.

Chrysler says the average Wrangler owner spends around $325 on Mopar parts to customize the off-roader's appearance and function. Around 40% of buyers choose some sort of chrome piece as their part of choice. So to show off its new lineup of chrome accessories, Mopar, along with Jeep, outfitted a new Wrangler with nearly every shiny aesthetic part they offer.

"Right after Dodge Ram, Jeep Wrangler is our most accessorized vehicle," said Pietro Gorlier, president and chief executive officer -- Mopar Service, Parts and Customer Care. "From chromed parts to axle kits, we offer our Jeep Wrangler owners hundreds of parts and accessories from which to choose."

Here's what the Frankfurt show Jeep Wrangler has installed:

Frankfurt "Moparized" Jeep Wrangler Unlimited
82210469Chromed Mirror Covers $121
82210558ACChromed Front Grille $327
82210564ACChromed Tubular Side Steps $583
82210268Chromed Taillamp Guards $183
82208439ABChromed Exhaust Tip $54.40
82210608Chromed Fuel Filler Cap $165
82210142Brushed Stainless Steel Door Sills $111
8221000118-inch Chromed Aluminum Wheel $411

Source: Chrysler