Jeep Wrangler Military Edition by Kahn Design

2 Jul 2012 8:09 pm | Cars, Jeep

It looks like even the Jeep Wrangler hasn’t missed Afzal Kahn’s hands, as the famous British tuner has done a few changes to the car and has named it rather strangely the “Military Edition”. We can’t seem to figure out why they chose the name, as this Jeep is really stylish, a word you won’t describe for military vehicles, right?

The most stunning feature to notice about the model is the copper paintjob, which simply can’t be missed. In addition, Kahn has adorned the vehicle with 20-inch smoked black alloy wheels, tinted windows, mud flaps, a black fuel filler cap and rear wheel cover, xenon crosshair headlamps and a set of copper-finish brake calipers.

The same Jeep Wrangler Military Edition has been equipped with a new, sports exhaust system with two sets of double tailpipes. The interior has been done a few changes as well, as the Jeep has now received a center console trim plate done in copper finish, aluminum door sills and pedals, plus front and rear seats trimmed in quilted black leather with contrasting copper stitching.

They’ll be putting the version to sale on both diesel and petrol power and left or right hand drive. The one you can view in the images comes at £41,875 (€52,400 or $65,100).

[Kahn Design]