Jeep To Make Limited Edition Call Of Duty Wrangler

By | September 18, 2010

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Jeep Wrangler Call of DutyIf you’re a video game person you’re well aware that the sure-to-be-amazing Call of Duty: Black OpsĀ  is right around the corner. And while it promises to be nothing short of a patriotic blood bath to rid the world of the newest terrorist threat or Kevin Federline album, according to the people over at Joystiq the new Jeep Wrangler makes numerous guest appearances in the game play.

Ok, that’s all fine and good, but we were a bit surprised when Jeep jumped in on the party and decided to design a limited edition Call Of Duty Wrangler to celebrate the game’s launch. Wow, file that one under the “apparently there’s a market” section.

Details are completely non-existent on what a video game-based, anti-terror, stealth-fighting Wrangler would include to make it anything slightly reminiscent of its Xbox counterpart. We’d like to think the roll bar would have a machine gun mount, armor-plated body work, and big American flags painted on every available space. The only detail that Chrysler has given up is the fact that it will go on sale around November 9th, the launch date of Call of Duty: Black Ops. How many will be made? No idea. Price? No idea. Considering the price of a base 2010 Wrangler is just above $22k, you can probably expect to dish out a sizable amount more for the Call of Duty Wranger. But hey, freedom isn’t free.

[Chad Waite, AutoBlog]

*Side note: We’re willing to be the marketing slogan will be to this tune: “The new Jeep Wrangler Call of Duty edition. If you don’t buy one, the terrorists have already one.”


Tyson on September 19, 2010 at 9:02 am.

Freedom costs a buck O’ five.

Guest on June 9, 2011 at 6:44 pm.


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