The 75th birthday is an odd occasion to celebrate for a car, but not when the car in question is a Jeep. Born in the tumultuous battlefields of World War II, this iconic vehicle is worth all the tribute paid to it on regular basis. The latest model to do so is the Jeep Wrangler 75th Anniversary Edition set for release in the United Kingdom as a limited version of only 85 copies.
Based on the Overland trim, the Jeep Wrangler 75th Anniversary Edition comes with a unique exterior featuring a bronze-finished front grille and 18-inch alloy wheels, body-coloured dual top, Mopar slush mats, unique bronze and orange Jeep badging, and a dedicated 75th Anniversary badge, and you can choose between Bright White, Solid Black or Sarge Green for the paint job. It has to be Sarge Green, I mean come on!
As for the interior, the main highlights of this tributary model include 1941’ embossed leather heated seats in black or saddle brown and tangerine (leather with fabric inserts), bronze accents on air vents and grab handles, satnav with an Alpine premium sound system and deep tinted sunscreen glass. So there’s no jerry cans and medic kit installed on it by default, but you can get those yourself.
Jeep Wrangler 75th Anniversary Edition is one of the coolest special editions of this car we’ve seen in a long time and it seems to be worth the rather hefty asking price, which is £34,765 for the 2-door version with the 2.8 CRD auto powertrain and £36,435 for the 4-door with the 3.6 V6 auto.