Based on the Wrangler Unlimited Overland four-door, the new $51,000 (plus on-roads) Dragon Edition adds a haul of styling tweaks that include bronze highlights to the front-end garnishes, 18-inch wheels, badges and the Mopar fuel door bolts.
Giving the model its name however is the large dragon graphic splashed across the body and spare-wheel cover, first shown on the Wrangler at last year's Beijing Motor Show in China.
Inside, the Wrangler Dragon (does that make the driver a dragon wrangler..? -Ed) gets black Nappa leather seat trim with an embossed pattern, piano black vent rings, and a number of bronze stitch and finish accents.
The Wrangler Dragon is available exclusively with a black exterior finish - including body-coloured three-piece hard-top and sunrider soft-top options.
As with the regular Overland model, the Dragon is powered by Chrysler Group's 209kW/347Nm 3.6 litre V6 petrol engine, matched to a five-speed automatic transmission.
The $51,000 Dragon slots into the Wrangler line-up as the most expensive model, above the $47,000 Overland and the $47-49,000 Rubicon Unlimited models.
The regular Wrangler range kicks off at $36,500 for the Sport Unlimited model, driven by the 3.6 petrol engine and a six-speed manual transmission.