Founded by wildlife photographer and 4x4 enthusiast Shane Russeck, True North's first bespoke vehicle is an instant classic. Drawing from SUVs of the past like the Defender and original Land Cruiser, the True North Jeep Wrangler eschews everything but the necessary components to get you from Point A to Point B. A custom safari top replaces the stock hardtop and features curved windows above the rear doors and side glass. A roof rack adds additional stowage space, and 17-inch solid steel wheels add vintage style. The interior comes trimmed in leather, meaning the ride won't be as rough as the terrain. The True North Wrangler is available with either gasoline V6, diesel, or 392 V8 engines starting February 1st.