Jeep begins sales of the anniversary version of the Wrangler SUVMarch 2, 2021
Jeep UK starts selling a more off-road version of the 1941 Wrangler. The limited edition version of the car has a starting price tag of £ 58,050.
The latest generation Jeep Wrangler, which costs at least £ 48,850 in the United Kingdom, is already an expensive car, but its new edition Wrangler 1941 costs even more at £ 58,050.
Inspired by the brand’s 80th anniversary, this version of the SUV is based on the Wrangler Rubicon. A total of 41 examples of this car will be produced, each of which will boast several mechanical and visual improvements designed to improve the off-road qualities of the car.
Jeep Performance and Mopar accessories include a 50mm suspension lift kit, wheel arch extensions, underbody protection, black side skirts and mudguards at both ends.
The SUV also features a black fuel cap, a 1941 bonnet decal, a hardtop headliner, and all-weather floor mats. Available paint colors include Firecracker Red, Shiny Black, Granite Crystal and Billet Silver.
“Each accessory has been designed and engineered specifically for the vehicle and is rigorously tested,” says Jeep. “These Mopar Genuine Accessories and Jeep Functional Parts ensure quality and satisfaction, expanding the capabilities of the legendary SUV while maintaining a three-year vehicle warranty.”
The new anniversary Wrangler 1941, already available in the brand’s showrooms exclusively in a four-door body. This version of the car is equipped with a 2.2-liter four-cylinder Multijet diesel engine, which is combined with an automatic transmission and four-wheel drive. This engine develops 200 hp.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that Jeep talked about the all-electric version of the Wrangler. The American automaker says the all-electric Jeep Wrangler concept will debut at the end of March this year. On a special website, the company shows the new product in more detail.
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