Do you know how junkyards get parts? Apparently, automakers build a number of mule for studying and development of every new model car. They are the motorized systematic method of burning phones: where these items will become disposable, untraceable, and in the case of Bentley, used to commit a terrible crime.
Manufacturers send vehicles to junkyard after completing data collecting. The car detailed information is removed and the vehicle releases to a junkyard to be destroyed, as junkyards are supposed to do. So far, this was not the case with 2018 Jeep Wrangler Prototype.
According to a forum post,
Someone from Detroit-area ordered a replacement hood for his 2014 Wrangler but after the part arrived, he noticed odd and unusual features on the part. It had no VIN number or Mopar engine Casting Number and hood size was not the same one that he was going to fix. We know that Jeep is sticking close to the wildly successful styling of the current JK Wrangler, though maybe with some changes on hood size may be for safety reason.
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