Who says you can’t have a little luxury when you’re roughing it?
The Jeep Wrangler Sundancer suggests that you can, the concept truck combining the hard-core off-road Wrangler Unlimited Roubicon with designer duds.
Along with its metallic chocolate and gold paint scheme with body colored roof and bumpers, the Sundancer features LED lighting accents, bronze-tinted windows and fenders, and a set of gold 20-inch wheels.
The seats, dashboard, doors and even the floormats are trimmed in fine leather, while the shiny bits are all finished with “Gold Rush” accents.
Unveiled at the Beijing Auto Show, the Sundancer hasn’t been confirmed for production, but the last special Wrangler Unlimited introduced at the show in 2012 is currently sold in the U.S. as the Dragon Edition at a starting price of $37,490.
In the meantime, if you want to luxe it up in a more outdoorsy sort of way, you can always pick a custom AEV Brute Double Cab Wrangler pickup customized by Filson for $130,000.