For 75 years, Jeep has offered a go-anywhere, do-anything line of vehicles, which were first developed for military use.
Celebrating the milestone, the car brand marks the occasion with a commemorative, one-of-a-kind Wrangler 75th Salute concept vehicle as a tribute to its legendary history and military heritage.
Dubbed the 75th Salute, the special edition two-door, open-top takes it back to 1941, ditching both B-pillars and doors, while adding 16-inch wheels and 32-inch milspec tires. Furthermore, it sports steel construction for the bumpers and tow hooks, and comes in an olive drab paint job with retro badging throughout.
The special edition Wrangler also gets a modern engine and transmission, via a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 and six-speed manual.