WWII Themed
Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 75th Anniversary Edition

Jeep – the light reconnaissance vehicle enlisted by the U.S. Military back in the WWII, has reached its 75th milestone birthday this year. The Jeep Brand celebrates it with a series of special edition vehicles, among them, the Wrangler Unlimited that shares the same DNA with the original Jeep – Willys MB, born in 1941.

This 75th-anniversary edition of Wrangler Unlimited honours the Jeep’s military past with a distinct “Sarge” green paint, with bronze accents on the front grille, headlamp rings and front and rear bumpers. During WWII, the flat hood of the Willys MB 4×4 served as a map table, dinner table and even an operating table in the heat of battle. The Wrangler Unlimited’s hood has evolved with a power dome, which features functional air vents for the 285 hp Pentastar V6 engine underneath. Each of these Jeeps wears a badge showing the silhouette of the original Willys MB, along with the first year of production “1941.” identifying it as one of the limited number produced.

The winch-ready front steel bumper is as rugged as it looks, and the 17-inch aluminum wheels, covered with the same low-gloss bronze paint, are matched with Goodyear all-season tires for both dependable traction and visual attraction in every environment. Body-coloured fender flares and a Sunrider soft top give this package a put-together look for a premium appearance, while its electronic rear locker and heavy-duty suspension with gas shocks reinforce its “go anywhere” performance motto. Anyone who is real Jeep fan should not miss out on this jewel.