Jeep Australia has added a new Overland variant to its 2013 Wrangler line-up, available in two-door and four-door bodystyles.
Priced at $42,500 and $47,000 respectively, the new models enter at around $8500 more than the Sport and Unlimited variants they are based on, but add a number of new up-spec features to the package.
Standard features with the Overland models include 18-inch alloy wheels, body-coloured wheel flares and hardtop roof / premium black Sunrider soft top.
There is also Chrysler's UConnect infotainment and satellite navigation system, a reversing camera, leather trim and heated front seats, bright interior highlights and automatic headlights.
The Overland is available exclusively with the Chrysler Group's 209kW/347Nm 3.6 litre petrol V6 and five-speed automatic.
Jeep will be looking to the Overland to inject more appeal into the Wrangler range, which has been a slow mover in 2012, despite an extensive update earlier in the year.
Sales are currently down 4.1 percent, falling to 2336 units at the end of November.