This year is the year of dragon in China, so all the concept cars and special editions at the Beijing Auto Show are called Dragon. Here’s Jeep’s Dragon, a Wrangler designed as an homage to the Asian country, featuring unique styling details inspired by, well, the dragon. The car is literally covered in dragon images and symbols inside and out.
On the outside, the Wrangler Dragon features a deep black body with a black three-piece hard top, garnished with bronze-gold details on the front grille slats, headlamp surrounds and Jeep badging front and rear. It also gets 18-inch five-spoke alloy wheels, again finished in black with bronze-gold lip, wrapped in 35-inch off-road tires.
Other gold details include a pad-printed engine cover, bolts for the fuel-filler door and the taillamp assembly, a Chinese dragon character side badge and wheel center caps.
Same theme continues inside with black leather seating surfaces with bronze-gold accent piping and stitching. More dragons are features in the head restraints, leather covers the outside edges of the seats and front center arm rest.
The car is powered by the Pentastar V6 developing 284 horsepower (209 kW) and 347 N•m (256 lb.-ft.) of torque. It’s a fabulous car, unless you hate dragons!