Jeep has recently unveiled the new Wrangler Rubicon 10th Anniversary Edition. It’s not at all difficult to figure out which is the reason behind this very special creation, as the name sais it all: Jeep is celebrating 10 years of naming the Wrangler after one of the most difficult off-road trails – the Rubicon Trail.
The automaker decided to offer both a 2-door and a 4-door version of the car, and it assures us that this is “The most off-road capable Wrangler in history”. It is powered by a Pentastar V6 3.6-liter engine with an output of 285 hp and 260 lb-ft of torque.
The engine is coupled to a standard 6-speed manual gearbox, but customers can also opt for a 5-speed automatic one. The ride will also feature Rock-Trac transfer case, Tru-Lok locking differentials, and electronic-locking front and rear Dana 44 axles.
With a part-time AWD system, the car rolls on stain black 17 inch Rubicon alloy rims wrapped in 265/70R17 Goodrich KM2 tires, and its stance is higher by 0.5 inches. The Premium Sunrider soft top is standard, but you can also choose a body colored hard top or a 3-piece black Freedom hard top if you prefer.
Other new features include a dual intake Power Dome hood, tail lamp guards, front and rear steel bumpers in black, Mopar black fuel filler, red leather seats, and red stitching on the central console and steering wheel. Wrangles sais that the awesome off-roader will reach the market next spring.