There definitely is one for everyone as Jeep introduces the Wrangler Dragon Concept atBeijing Motor Show especially Chinese market. China has grown to be one of the largest automotive markets in current times and over the years, automobile manufacturing companies have recognized the fact and shown gratitude by introducing special edition vehicles for China on Earth. Jeep has joined this list with perfectly oriental and superiorly attractive Wrangler Dragon Concept, a formation, which celebrates the Year of the Dragon, as per Chinese calendar. Fundamentally, the concept sport utility vehicle is based on Chinese Wrangler that’s painted black with 3-piece body colored hardtop.
Decorating the base tone is bombardment of gold-bronze details such as tone-on-tone dragon decal, which begins from the bonnet and runs down driver’s side of the car. You will also find the dragon motif on carbon fiber, distinctive insulator situated on shiny black spare tire cover and beneath the hood. Chrysler added its custom fuel filler door along with blacked out LED exterior lighting package, which includes aftermarket projector headlights, taillamps, foglamps and turn lamps. Distinctive five-spoke 18 inch wheels get 35-inch off-road tire and are matte black with gold-bronze outer edge. Other gold-bronze touches are Chinese dragon character side badge and pad printed engine cover.
The interior of Jeep Wrangler Dragon Concept also gets bronze-gold and black theme, which continues with regal gold-bronze accent stitching and piping and black leather seats. Magic Wand metallic leather is on the sides of head restraints and the side bolsters, whereas the laser etched dragon pattern is on the face of head restraints. Other cockpit touches are bronze gold accent trim on the instrument cluster, the steering column spokes, door handles and passenger side dashboard grab handle, dragon tags on the rear and front floor mats and piano black high gloss instrument panel bezels.
Those who are wondering why there is an excess of gold-bronze, the reason is because this color is closely associated with Dragons that represent auspicious and potent powers, especially to do with control over rain, water, severe weather and winds phenomena.