The Wrangler Altitude, based on the Wrangler Sahara, takes its unique look from its 18-inch black alloy wheels, and from its body-matching solid roof. The inside, black as well, features a redesigned dashboard, some re-thought storing areas and is tinted with subtle touches of red: the seats' contour, the steering wheels and the carpets.
The Pentastar 3.6L V6 boasts a 40% increase in power-output, bringing horsepower to 285. With the five-speed gearbox, Jeep believes it will burned around 11.2L of fuel per 100km, on the highway.
Whether it will make it to Canada or not is impossible to tell so far. Priced at around US$33,740, and given the Americans crave for Jeeps, the 4,500 Wrangler Unlimited Altitude offered on their market should go fast.