Special Wrangler celebrates Jeep’s 75th anniversary

Jeep Wrangler 75th Anniversary

Jeep Wrangler 75th Anniversary - Credit: Jeep

Jeep has pulled the covers off a new special edition version of its popular Wrangler off-roader to commemorate the company's 75th anniversary.

Called the Wrangler 75th Anniversary, the limited edition 4×4 is based on the standard Wrangler Overland, and features a number of unique styling features both inside and outside the car.

The exterior features a bronze-finished front grille, a body-coloured dual top, Mopar slush mats, 18in alloy wheels, bronze and orange Jeep badging and 75th Anniversary badging.

Inside, buyers will be treated to features such as embossed '1941' heated leather seats in black or saddle brown and tangerine, as well as bronze accents on the grab handles and air vents. Satellite navigation is also standard, as is an Alpine sound system.

Jeep has also updated its existing 2.8-litre diesel engine, which will be available on the 75th Anniversary edition, to bring it in line with Euro 6 emission standards.

A Jeep spokesman said: 'It is a Jeep tradition to celebrate key anniversaries, or the conquering of inaccessible places, with special editions.'

The Wrangler 75th Anniversary edition is on sale now, with 85 examples coming to the UK. Prices start at £34,765 for the two-door 2.8-litre CRD automatic, rising to £36,435 for the four-door 3.6-litre V6 automatic.

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