New Jeep Gladiator Gets A Katzkin Interior Makeover

Custom interior specialist Katzkin has chosen the new Jeep Gladiator to showcase at the 2019 Chicago Auto Show. The vehicle will be on display at the Mopar stand until February 18.

The tuner brand’s Tuscany Ink leather can be found inside, with ‘hex tech’ inserts and Lt. Tungsten contrast stitching, and is just one of many customization choices offered by Katzkin for various Jeep models.

“Katzkin is the only custom-focused leather interior manufacturer partnered with OEMs and our Jeep-specific programs are only getting more creative” said Katzkin’s Director of OEM Development, Doug Johnson. “We’ve had the opportunity to work with the Mopar and the FCA Design Team to create complete customization packages for consumers”, which “open the channels to a customer’s true personality, blending it directly with the vehicle.”

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Katzkin and Mopar first teamed up back in 2003, and to highlight their partnership, they will be running a competition that will see a lucky Jeep owner getting a free all-new interior transformation of a Jeep. The promotion, which will run throughout the duration of the 2019 Chicago Auto Show, will be led by radio personality Paul Brian and television host Lauren Fix, and will be announced in their YouTube series ‘His Turn – Her Turn’.

In order to participate in the Katzkin leather interior competition, you must own a 2010+ Jeep and need to provide a photo of the cabin and say why you need this upgrade. All entries must include the ‘#katzkinjeep’ hashtag. Once the winner is chosen, the work will be completed by a local restyler within their geographic location.

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  • SgtBeavis

    One nice thing about the Gladiator is that most of the Wrangler JL’s aftermarket accessories already fix and work with it.

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