By Nat Shirley
Monday, Apr 23rd, 2012 @ 5:25 pm
 
Jeep has extended its Altitude edition treatment, first seen on the Grand Cherokee, Liberty and Patriot models, to the four-door Wrangler Unlimited.

The special kit that distinguishes the Wrangler Unlimited Altitude edition from the standard Wrangler is essentially the same mix of appearance upgrades that characterize Jeep's other Altitude edition models.

With the Sahara model as a starting point, the package adds a body-color hardtop with matching painted center sections on the front and rear bumpers. From there, things take a stygian turn with a black Mopar fuel fill door, a matte black grille badge and a black tone-on-tone hood sticker. Unique 18-inch, five-spoke alloy wheels with black-painted spokes and polished wheel rings round out the changes to the exterior. Color choices include Deep Cherry Red, Black, Bright White and Bright Silver Metallic.

The cabin receives black vent rings, steering-wheel spokes, door pulls, passenger-side dashboard grab handle and berber floor mats, while contrasting red stitching provides a dash of color.

The Wrangler Unlimited Altitude edition will hit the market next month with a base price of $33,740. Jeep plans to cap production at 4500 examples.