Jeep owners can also win a free interior upgrade provided by Katzkin Leather.
The 2020 Jeep Gladiator hasn't arrived in dealers yet, but that didn't stop Jeep sending the capable truck racing in the grueling King of the Hammers Desert Off-Road Race. At the 2019 Chicago Auto Show, the new Gladiator made a surprise appearance with a fancy custom interior designed by Katzkin Leather.
Visit the Mopar stand, and you'll find the Sting Grey Gladiator on display showing off Katzkin's Tuscany Ink leather interior, which is offset with the brand's 'hex tech' inserts and Lt.Tungsten contrast stitching. It's one of the many customization choices offered by Katzkin for various Jeep models.
"Katzkin is the only custom-focused leather interior manufacturer partnered with OEMs and our Jeep-specific programs are only getting more creative," said Katzkin's Director of OEM Development, Doug Johnson. "We've had the opportunity to work with the Mopar and the FCA Design Team to create complete customization packages for consumers that include stitching patterns, multiple color selections, nameplate logos and unique textures that open the channels to a customer's true personality and blending it directly with the vehicle – it's a very exciting time."
Katzkin and Mopar first joined forces back in 2003. To celebrate their ongoing partnership, Katzkin is running a competition offering one lucky Jeep owner the chance to win a free all-new interior makeover. The promotion will run throughout the 2019 Chicago Auto Show and will be led by radio personality Paul Brian and television host Lauren Fix. To participate, you'll need to own a Jeep that's no older than 2010 and post a photo of the interior on Instagram with the hashtag #katzkinjeep showing Katzkin why you need a new interior makeover.