This Wrangler is based on the Sport S, but it’s closer to the Rubicon in capability. Added equipment includes Rubicon shocks, rock rails, a limited-slip rear differential, heavy-duty brakes and 32-inch Firestone mud-terrain tires. Appearance-wise, Jeep adds a Willys hood decal, special 17-inch wheels and a glossy black grille. LED headlights and fog lights are also standard on this model. You can get the Willys in 10 paint colors, two-door or four-door.
It looks exactly the way you’d expect it to. Jeep photographed the car in black paint, but you’ll actually be able to get the Black & Tan in any exterior color. The unique black badging and tan top will stay no matter what, though. This Sport S-based Wrangler also adds 17-inch gray wheels, all-terrain tires, side steps, and a two-tone interior. The Wrangler’s Technology Group package also comes standard, which adds the Uconnect 7-inch infotainment system, 7-inch digital instrument cluster display and dual-zone climate control.
Jeep hasn’t listed pricing, but this version adds military-themed accents throughout the vehicle. Jeep says you can place an order for any of these special editions now.
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