Jeep broke the mold when it created the Wrangler. The legendary 4x4 has been spotted around the world in a flurry of different exotic locations, each testing the vehicles resilience. In order to celebrate this adventurous spirit, Jeep has announced the limited run of a ‘Polar’ version of their car. Set to test the vehicle on a whole new level, it appears that the Wrangler range will now become all but invincible, easily beating out its rivals.
After the recent success of the limited-edition customisable Jeep Wrangler, the company is turning its attention to a new special model for their adventurous fans. Dubbed the Polar, the car will feature all the perks necessary to transverse a severe climate, many of which were tested at Vostok in Antarctica, a location that held the record temperature of -89.2° C (-128.56° F).
In order to express this new daring attitude, Jeep has redesigned the car to reflect its new purpose. Based on the Jeep Wrangler Sahara model, the exterior of the Polar has several aesthetically distinguishable features. The front now comes with a new grille, featuring unique gloss black accents on the lamp throats. The Polar also comes with a Powerdome hood and body-colour hardtop with deep-tint sunscreen glass and as a final touch, the vehicle comes with Gloss Black 18” alloy wheels and will either be painted Billet Silver Metallic or Bright White.
Moving to the interior of the car, the Polar comes with pearl white accenting all around the car. The vehicle comes with standard equipment like heated front seats and black leather-wrapped steering wheel. It features all-new cluster overlay with rings painted high-gloss ceramic white and the instruments feature a ‘Polar’ logo on them.
A 4x4 wouldn’t be much if it didn’t come with off road capabilities. The limited edition car will come with a 2.8-litre turbo diesel engine that is matched to an automatic transmission. “The 2.8-litre CRD engine delivers 200 bhp at 3,600 rpm and 460 Nm of torque at 1,600-2,600 rpm when paired to the five-speed automatic transmission.”
Those interested in this car will be happy to note that it will be displayed this week at the Frankfurt Motor Show. If this vehicle is as good as it sounds, it certainly will be a popular feature at the show, potentially selling out as fast as its predecessors.