Jeep is celebrating their 75th year of production this year by releasing several special editions. These are a Renegade, Cherokee, Wrangler and a Grand Cherokee.
These were displayed at the Geneva Motor show along with a few classics to show the development of the brand.
The Renegades 75th anniversary features will be Jungle Green Livery paint, a 168bhp 1.4 MultiAir engine with a nine speed auto gear box. It will also have 18 inch Low Gloss Bronze alloys and bespoke fabric seats with Tangerine stitching.
The Cherokee comes with a 198bhp MultiJet turbodiesel power in Brilliant Black paint and Nappa leather seats. It also includes an 8.4-inch Uconnect touchscreen, bi-xenon headlamps and a panoramic sunroof.
The Wranglers 75th Anniversary specs are a paint job in Sarge Green and with 3.6-litre V6 power. It has a body-colour grille and Low Gloss Bronze headlamps surrounds to match the alloys, a power-dome bonnet, limited-slip diff, leather seats and premium nav/sound system.
The range-topping Grand Cherokee in 75th Anniversary trim includes a Brilliant Black paintjob, a 247bhp 3.0 V6, and a ‘fully-loaded’ spec list with 20-inch alloys and Quadra-Lift air suspension.