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Jeep Gladiator, Wrangler Channel Their Inner Don Johnson for Miami Auto Show

Miami is known as a city of wild colors, bold flavors, splashy ’80s TV shows and all-hours fun — and Jeep is planning on joining the pink-flamingo party with Wrangler and Gladiator “Three O Five” Edition models — named in homage to Miami’s area code. The extra-flair versions of the SUV and pickup truck will make a splash at the 2019 Miami International Auto Show.

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The models are based on Jeep Wrangler and Gladiator Sport S models and decked in exclusive colors: Bright White or Punk’n Orange Metallic. Aside from their unique appearance, each includes an array of Jeep Performance Parts from Mopar.

Learn about the “Three O Five” Editions and all of their features below.

2020 Jeep Wrangler ‘Three O Five’ Edition

  • Unique hood graphic with hood and side fender decal package
  • Sport S model
  • Direct-injection turbo 2.0-liter engine
  • Eight-speed automatic transmission
  • Sport LED headlight group
  • Sky one-touch power top
  • Black fuel filler door
  • Jeep Performance Parts grille and surrounds
  • 7-inch radio with Apple CarPlay and Android Audio
  • All-weather floormats

2020 Jeep Gladiator ‘Three O Five’ Edition

  • Unique hood graphic with hood and side fender decal package
  • Sport S model
  • 3.6-liter engine
  • Body-color fender flare and all-terrain tire package
  • Jeep Performance Parts grille and surrounds
  • 7-inch radio with Apple CarPlay and Android Audio
  • All-weather floormats

Alas, you’ll need an entree to this party, and the invitation is exclusive: Jeep says only 305 units will be produced, and local Miami dealers have ordered 255 Wranglers and 50 Gladiators in “Three O Five” Edition trim.

No word on pricing, but if you have to ask …

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