The new Jeep Graphic Studio is available for the Wrangler and Gladiator only.
The Jeep Wrangler and Gladiator are both supremely capable off-roaders that are able to go where most cars can't. Yes, they might be slightly agrarian in nature, but these cars enjoy massive support in the aftermarket styling scene, and Jeep itself has been hard at work capitalizing on the Wrangler and Gladiator's fashion appeal. Back in August Jeep announced a funky new pink exterior paint color named after Carol "Pinky" Tuscadero, and now the company has gone all out by launching the all-new Jeep Graphic Studio which will give new owners more creative freedom than ever before when styling their off-road machines.
The new Jeep Graphic Studio will for the first time offer customers textured graphics that mimic textures such as wood grain, and topographic maps. Prices start at $40 for simple stickers, and can go up to $165 for larger pieces, and includes free installation tools and video tutorials on how to install the graphics properly. Some of the graphics on offer include 1941 logos and American flag fender graphics, camo print, and even Scottish tartan. Hood graphics include trippy tie-dyes, water graphics, and eight-bit camo.
"Our customers have asked for a way to deliver custom graphics for their Jeep 4x4, providing the highest quality, with features the industry has never seen before," said Jim Morrison, vice president of Jeep Brand North America. "We know that Wrangler and Gladiator are two of the most customized vehicle platforms of all time and now our customers have another way to make their Jeep vehicle their own."
Jeep has clearly done its research and will offer customers cool little tricks like fender inserts, 3D-printed shifter inserts, and massive hood graphics. The best part is that this is an OEM product and will come with an impressive five- to seven-year guarantee against peeling and UV damage. Those interested in seeing what's on offer can head to JeepGraphicStudio.com, and owners of other models can expect their own graphic options to be added throughout the rest of the year.