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Official: Jeep Wrangler Dragon Design Concept slithers into China

Much as it is to any automaker doing business there, China has grown to become a vital market for the Jeep brand. In fact, the Chrysler group's iconic SUV brand sells more vehicles in China than anywhere outside North America. And so to celebrate its success in the Chinese market, Jeep has rolled into Beijing with the customized Wrangler you see here. What sets this design concept apart from any other Wrangler Unlimited is the dragon motif that dominates throughout.
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