Hall of Beijing 2012 is the Year of the Dragon in Chinese culture. Jeep Wrangler Dragon is the sum of road per excellence tailored to the tradition of the Asian country. Based on the Wrangler Rubicon, the Jeep Wrangler Dragon wears black with accents of bronze and gold tones that approach the sacred animal that symbolizes strength and power, magic and luck.
The aesthetics of black gold on either matte or glossy finish is present in all exterior details, including optical, hood and bolts to the top of the fuel tank. And you can see figures of dragons scattered around the outside and inside the vehicle, where the creature lives in laser images recorded on the front and on the headrests.
There is 18-inch five-spoke alloy wheels alternating matte black with gold accents. And beyond the aesthetic appearance, preparation for off-road, 35 inches, reminds you that the Jeep Wrangler Dragon hides an extraordinary mythological creature, an ancient representative of the primitive forces of nature and the universe. Quite like the Chinese market.
Currently there are no plans for mass production in sight, but it all depends on what the demand to register this version in that area of Asia. If this version of the Jeep Wrangler is accompanied by the auguries of the dragon, perhaps finally see it come true. For now the beast rests in the nest, and from there infoHeaps dot com bring first pictures of the Jeep Wrangler: