The limited-edition Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Recon, unveiled at the Geneva motor show in March, has gone on sale. It follows the Wrangler Night Eagle that went on sale in May.
The Rubicon Recon is powered by Jeep’s 3.6-litre 284hp V6 petrol engine which is paired with a five-speed automatic gearbox.
Jeep is claiming that the Rubicon Recon has better off-road capability than a regular Wrangler thanks to a stronger front axle and heavy-duty cast rear differential covers.
Available in three paint finishes – Gobi, Bright White and Granite Crystal – the Rubicon Recon has 18-inch alloy wheels and customers can opt for a soft or hardtop which comes in black. Red accent lettering features on either side of the bonnet, with a black hard spare tyre cover completing the look.
The black and red theme continues inside with red accent stitching on the black leather heated seats, red accent netting on the front door pockets and red accent coloured seat belts.
The Rubicon Recon is on sale now and costs from £40,505 for the two-door version and £42,175 for the four-door.