Jeep and SIRIUS Team Up at the Auto Show...
A new feature is an off-road driving course built by Jeep that visitors will be able to traverse in a 2006 Jeep Commander, Grand Cherokee, Wrangler or Liberty. It is composed of five surfaces â€” dirt, rocks, water, wood and asphalt â€” and includes a 16-foot climb. Each circuit of the course will take about five minutes.
More than 220 yards (5,700 cubic feet) of dirt and wood chips were used to construct the course.
The 40,000-square-foot display also includes live broadcasts by Sirius satellite radio, and a special â€œJeep Kidzâ€� area that will have a mini-Jeep driving course, an 18-foot climbing wall and video games.
A free Jeep Photo Zone will give guests the opportunity to have their photo taken.