Limited-Production Customized Mopar ’24 Jeep Gladiator Revealed

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Jeep has unveiled a new limited-run Mopar special edition for the 2024 Gladiator, adding a distinct touch to the lineup. Only 250 units of this exclusive model will be produced, each packed with a range of specialized equipment.

Based on the Rubicon trim and powered by a 3.6-liter V6 engine, these Mopar editions will sport a sleek black paint job adorned with extensive topographical Rubicon trail graphics. The graphics feature red tracers and are embellished with Jeep Performance Parts logos on the hood and bedsides. Mopar enhances this edition with heavy-duty rock rails, a triple-hoop grille guard, a three-piece body-color hardtop, a hard tonneau cover, a spray-on bedliner, grab handles, and a custom Mopar badge on the tailgate.

Inside, the cabin boasts two-tone Katzkin leather seats in black and Maraschino red, complete with Omega M Mopar logos. The center console armrest is upholstered to match, and red stitching accents the steering wheel and instrument panel, adding to the premium feel. Each vehicle also features a serialized Mopar badge on the console, indicating its unique number out of the 250 produced.

Buyers will receive a Mopar owner’s kit, including a certificate of authenticity, an 83-piece JPP tool kit, and a special rendering of the vehicle by the Mopar design team. This exclusive edition is priced at $72,190, which includes a $1,895 destination charge, and is now available at dealerships.

However, it’s a shame that Jeep didn’t ever include the 392 V8 engine option in the Gladiator like they did with the Wrangler. That would have been an incredible addition for a special edition, boosting its performance and appeal even further potentially attracting newfound buyers. Missed opportunity, Jeep – but there’s still time before the V8 engine is retired!


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