Mopar for Jeep
Although the SEMA show—like essentially everything else—is going to be digital this year, this doesn’t mean that the OEMs aren’t developing their products for specialization and personalization.
Limited-edition 2020 Jeep Wrangler JPP 20—Mopar-intensified. (Images: FCA)
While there would, for example, be a physical display from Mopar showing all manner of tricked-out FCA vehicles, the physical gives way to the virtual.
In something of an acknowledgement of that, Mopar has created this drawing of a Jeep fully loaded with its gear.
As Jeep brand is become increasingly important to Mopar (and to FCA), the parts and accessories operation has developed more than 500 Jeep Performance Parts.
The art is by designer Frank Dionisopoulos:
Although the RAV4 has plenty of heritage in the small crossover segment, competition has gotten a whole lot tougher, so Toyota has made significant changes to the fourth-generation model.
The high-end automotive CAD/CAM systems do a whole lot more than their name implies. In addition to design and manufacturing, they have the ability to support analysis, product data management, and more.
Once the playground of exotic car makers, the definition of a niche vehicle has expanded to include image vehicles for mainstream OEMs, and specialist models produced on high-volume platforms.