Black, bronze and sporting dragons, the special edition model aims to keep the Jeep Wrangler current.
Remember the Wrangler Dragon Concept that Jeep unveiled last year in Beijing? Well, apparently Chrysler received plenty of positive feedback from the show as the production variant will be available from showrooms this fall. Based on the Wrangler Sahara as a four-door Unlimited model, the Dragon Edition comes uniquely in black with a body-color three-piece hard top, gloss-black appliques on the bumpers, touches of Bronze Satin Gloss and Satin Bronze 18-inch five-spoke alloys.
But it's the Dark Charcoal dragon decal, spreading from the hood to the driver's side, which will entice buyers to part with a few extra dollars. Rounding off the exterior treatment is a Mopar fuel-filler door and a dragon-clad black spare tire. The two-tone black and bronze theme continues inside. Heated black leather seats sport bronze dragon scales that also feature on the arm rest and steering wheel, while a unique dragon graphic adorns the gauge cluster. Power comes from the award-winning 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 rated at 285 hp and 260 lb-ft of torque. The Jeep Wrangler Dragon Edition is priced from $36,095.