Jeep Australia has given us details of the refreshed line-up. The Sport S opens the two-door range and the new Night Eagle as the entry-level four-door model.
The Sport S has a comprehensive suite of added standard active safety equipment including Forward Collision Warning Plus, Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop, Blind Spot Monitor and Rear Cross Path Detection.
Jeep Sport S variant also has a strong array of 4×4 technology, including heavy duty Dana front and rear axle, Selec-Trac Active On-Demand 4×4 system, Selec-Speed Control, underbody skid plates, Selectable Tyre Fill Alert and a wash-out interior.
The Night Eagle model has taken the sleek gloss route, it rides on exclusive 17-inch five-spoke black alloy wheels, has black foglamp bezels, grille surrounds, headlamp inserts and badging.
Available only on the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Overland is a new Sky One-Touch Power Top, providing occupants with open-air freedom at the touch of a button.
Further updates to the range see new off-road technologies added to the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon, including Off Road+, and Forward Facing TrailCam.
Rubicon can be ordered with a Trail-Ready Package, with a steel front bumper and integrated off-road camera.
The new MY21 Jeep Wrangler range is available to order now from $51,950, arriving in Australian dealerships from January 2021.