|Also called||Jeep Willys 2|
|Body and chassis|
|Wheelbase||2,438.4 mm (96 in)|
|Curb weight||1,361 kg (3,000 lb)|
The Jeep Willys2 is a concept car made by the Chrysler Group. It was presented at the 2001 Tokyo Auto Show. It is based on the Willys MB. The Willys2 uses frame web technology and a one-piece carbon-fiber body. It looks like a newer, meaner version of the Liberty. The Willys2 took many design cues from other Jeep models such as the special seven-slot grille and trapezoidal wheel arches. The Willys2 weighs about 3000 pounds with its removable carbon-fiber top. Its 160-hp I4 engine can accelerate it from 0 to 60 mph in 10 seconds, to a top speed of about 90 mph. The interior is all plastic, and it is possible to clean the interior by spraying it with water. Part of the design of the Willys2 was incorporated into the Jeep Liberty.
- McKinnon, Julie (5 January 2002). "Concepts at Detroit auto show likely to indicate Jeep's direction". Toledo Blade. Retrieved 18 May 2014.
- "Jeep Willys2 Concept". MotorTrend. January 2001. Retrieved 18 May 2014.