Inspired by the likes of other classic off-roaders, the vehicle takes on a utilitarian approach, opting for a custom safari top equipped with a roof rack to maximize storage space. Rounded rear windows and a reworked, leather-lined interior gives your ride an extra bit of comfort and flair, while the 17-inch steel wheels complete the vintage aesthetic. As for power, the Jeep can carry either a gasoline or diesel V6, or be upgraded to a 392 V8, though the latter option won’t be available at launch just yet. For the avid travelers out there, each Wrangler also comes with a bespoke Vachetta leather duffle, hand-stitched and hand-painted with full custom brass hardware.
True North’s custom Jeep Wrangler will be available beginning in February. Those interested can learn more over on the company’s website.
Elsewhere in the automotive world, Audi’s e-tron GT is set for a world premiere on February 9.