The 2020 Jeep Gladiator was arguably the biggest reveal of the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show, and Jeep Performance Parts wasted no time getting the droptop pickup accessorized with a long list of Mopar goodies.
Found at Jeep’s auto show stand is a 2020 Gladiator Rubicon kitted out with some toys, key among them being a Jeep Performance Parts 2-inch lift kit, Mopar 17-inch wheels (beadlock-capable rollers are also available), and sturdy Mopar steel bumpers with winch mounts.
In addition to those stylish and functional updates, the Gladiator also gets Jeep Performance Parts tube doors and rock rails, as well as off-road lighting for improved visibility. Mopar claims the Gladiator’s available accessory cold-air intake (which draws air from the hood cutout) and cat-back exhaust improve horsepower and torque for better performance.
The Gladiator also gets a Mopar spray-in bedliner and a DECKED cargo bed drawer system for improved durability and versatility. Furthermore, it’s also equipped with a set of bed-mounted cross rails adapted from the Ram 1500, providing a secure place to mount the auto show model’s Mopar bike racks—the rails will also work with cargo carriers, ski racks, and more.
Other accessories include Katzkin seat covers, all-weather floor mats, and a variety of roof options, including mesh bonnets to allow plenty of ventilation along with some sun protection.
Pricing for the 2020 Jeep Gladiator is still a mystery, so we’re not surprised Mopar hasn’t fleshed out the cost of its parts either. But thanks to the division’s in-house status at Jeep dealers, building your dream Gladiator using Jeep Performance Parts and leasing or financing the whole thing should be very easy.