You know what romantics say, somewhere in the world there’s a perfect match for everyone. We guess that somewhere, there must be a person dreaming of getting a very pink Jeep Wrangler.
Turning that dream into reality requires checking out Kahn’s ad and being willing to fork out £48,999 ($63,325/€57,353) for this particular 2014 right-hand drive example, with 14,000 miles (22,530 km) on the clock.
Now, if you dig everything about this ride but wouldn’t be caught dead in a pink vehicle, don’t, even for a moment, think that you could make it look better by removing the wrap, because it doesn’t have one; the body is actually covered in a 3D-textured military paint.
Other eye-catching features are the fender flares, new front bumper and bonnet, along with a new grille, LED daytime running lights, electric side steps, special mud flaps and black spare wheel cover. The unique Wrangler also sports new exhaust tips, jacked-up suspension, split-level Targa roof, satin black fuel filler cap and 9×20-inch wheels, wrapped in 275/55 Cooper tires.
The special theme continues inside, albeit with less pink accents. Here, Kahn wrapped the seats, center and door armrests in quilted and perforated leather, stitching everything together in pink.
The vented pedals and specific badging completes the look, joining the extensive list of gear that includes an aftermarket satellite navigation system, as well as the factory climate control, 6-speaker audio, cruise control, hill start assist, hill descent control, transfer case skid plate and a few other items that will make life on the move easier for anyone feeling adventurous with their color choices.