The Jeep Wrangler Polar was put on display at the Frankfurt Motor Show. This follows the Jeep’s unveiling of the Arctic edition. Jeep said that the Polar edition is based on the Sahara trim level of the Jeep Wrangler and takes inspiration from the extreme weather conditions in the Antarctic region. On the side of the Jeep Wrangler, we see the “Polar” badge that shows off the exact coordinates of Vostok in Antarctica.
This is actually where the most extreme temperature ever of negative 128.56 degrees Fahrenheit was recorded. It has a one-of-a-kind exterior with a three-color decal with the outline of the mountains on the powerdome hood, and gloss black accents on the front grille.
It features a black Mopar fuel door and is fitted with a set of 18-inch gloss black wheels. These offer a nice contrast to the cool blue exterior paint color. Meanwhile, its new features such as a hard spare tire cover and a body-colored hardtop with a deep-tint sunscreenglass are also only available with the Polar edition. Black leather upholstery is used for the interior. Pearl White accents serve as contrast to the light on Antarctic glaciers.
Furthermore, the Polar edition comes with an all-new cluster overlay with white and blue trim, a steering wheel that’s covered with leather, and Mopar tread-pattern slush mats. Passengers are kept warm by standard heated front seats.
For entertainment, the model has a UConnect infotainment system that’s operated via a 6.5-inch touchscreen. The Jeep Wrangler models have automatic climate control, and cruise control as standard. The Polar versions of the Jeep Wrangler are offered in both two- and four-door form, and feature a 200-hp 2.8-liter turbo-diesel I-4 mated to a five-speed automatic. The Polar Edition is only available in Europe.