Jeep Wrangler with Satin Black Cover Is a Beast in Disguise

Let’s face it, off-roaders should remain at that level. We’re talking about manly, powerful 4x4 action, dark colors, robust bumpers; you can’t just color a Jeep Wrangler in pink and drive it to the shopping mall. Oh, wait.
Brock Holt's Jeep Wrangler got pimped-out 4 photos
Photo: The Auto Firm on Instagram
Jeep Wrangler with Satin Black Cover Is Beast Mode in DisguiseJeep Wrangler with Satin Black Cover Is Beast Mode in DisguiseJeep Wrangler with Satin Black Cover Is Beast Mode in Disguise
In fact, that’s exactly what you can do, and what people sometimes do. There’s no off-road action with these luxury SUVs nowadays, and things are that way ever since the Land Rover Defender was cruising those African jungles, back in the day. No, it’s all about the show-off, it’s our constant look for optional safety and the sense of protection that matter nowadays.

Getting back to this particular breed, you'll want to know it belongs to MLB star Brock Holt. The pro baseball utility player is currently busy keeping those victories coming for the Boston Red Sox, so it’s no wonder he considers keeping his auto-game as high as possible. After all, the 27-year-old sportsman has proved nothing will stop him from fulfilling his dreams. Holt has started in and played at every position for the Red Sox, except for pitcher and catcher.

And the team has appreciated the MLB star’s talent too. On July 6th, they chose him to represent the team in the 2015 Major League Baseball All-Star Game by Kansas City Royals manager Ned Yost. With this decision, he becomes the first player ever to be selected in the annual event at seven or more positions before the break.

Our point is, the talented baseball player has won his right to party and what better way to do that other than buying a new car and taking it to the shop. The vehicle may be eye candy to any petrolhead, but let us decipher every detail around the transformation.

The tinted doors correctly align with the black satin wrap, while the boys at the Auto Firm also used a new pair of rims to complete the feeling. Add new bumpers, grill, side steps and a 2.5-inch lift kit to that and you get the big picture. No 4x4 (that you never use actually to go off-road with) is complete without a proper sound system and a leather interior, of course, so Holt got that too.
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