The custom off-road specialists at England's Chelsea Truck Co. gave us the Land Rover Defender End Edition and now designer Afzal Kahn has turned his attention to the Jeep Wrangler, producing the Black Hawk.
Chelsea build the Black Hawk in both two- and four-door versions, with the most visible changes including the aggressive-looking bolt-on fender flares and the armored-looking bumper and four-slot radiator grille replacing Jeep's traditional seven-slot unit.
The Black Hawk rides on 7.5 x 17-inch Kahn wheels with 245R75-17 Cooper Discoverer S/T Maxx all terrain tires.
Of course, you can specify the exact interior and exterior colors, though we'd suggest that some paint schemes better lend themselves to suitable Black Hawk colors than others.
Both the front and rear seats are wrapped in soft quilted and perforated honeycomb leather with contrasting top stitching, with the same leather design fitted to the console and arm rests.
Power for British roads comes from a base 2.8-liter turbodiesel engine, with Chrysler's familiar 280-horsepower 3.6-liter gas V6 available optionally for more power.