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Jeep Offers 2014 Wrangler Dragon Edition to U.S. Fantasy Enthusiasts

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2014 Wrangler Dragon Edition

2014 Wrangler Dragon Edition

Dragons are all the rage these days.  Yeah, we said it.  Hear us out: the newly-announced Guinness World Record holder for the world’s largest robot is a fifty-foot fire-breathing behemoth, the mythical beasts are central facets of one of television’s hottest shows, and some of the most anticipated games of the next console generation feature dragons as primary adversaries.  To ride along with the trend, Jeep is looking to breathe a bit of fire of its own with the 2014 Jeep Wrangler Dragon Edition.

The Jeep Wrangler Dragon Edition is replete with a charcoal dragon decal that runs from the driver’s side door up over the hood, imbuing the vehicle with a storybook sense of power.  The 2014 limited edition also sports a dragon insignia on the spare tire carrier and gloss black inserts on the bumpers, grille, and lights.

The 2014 Wrangler Dragon Edition originally bowed at last year’s Beijing Auto Show as a means to captivate the brand’s Chinese market.  The effort proved successful enough that Jeep opted to bring the dragon-adorned Wrangler to American auto enthusiasts and Dungeon Masters alike.  With a $36,095 price point and a number of unique features, this Jeep will have audiences rolling for +5 style points.

With the Jeep Wrangler Dragon Edition scheduled to arrive at showrooms this fall, it is only a matter of time before hip-hop artist Sisquo is not the only one who can claim to be able to “Unleash the Dragon.”  Yeah, we went there.  Again.