Either Afzal Kahn has run out of names or someone at the British tuner's marketing team has some misconceptions about the term 'military'…
The admittedly hard to miss copper paintwork of Kahn Design's "Wrangler Jeep Military Edition" is complemented by 20-inch smoked black alloy wheels, brake calipers finished in copper, xenon crosshair headlamps, a black fuel filler cap and rear wheel cover, tinted windows and mud flaps.
The Wrangler also gets a sports exhaust system with twin tailpipes on either side of the rear bumper.
Inside, the Jeep features front and rear seats trimmed in quilted black leather with copper stitching, a center console trim plate also in a copper finish, plus aluminum door sills and pedals.
Kahn says it offers the Military Edition Jeep Wrangler in both petrol and diesel-powered variants, in right hand or left hand drive, with this particular model priced in the UK at £41, 875 (US$65,100 or €52,400 at today's exchange rates) on the road.