The Jeep Gladiator had a short life within the European market, having first gone on sale in Europe in 2021, only to see its removal from the market later this year. But, if you want to get ahold of the midsize truck, the brand is offering customers the Gladiator FarOut Final Edition, available to order now, as a send-off for the Wrangler-based truck.
Jeep Gladiator FarOut Final Edition: Details
The Jeep Gladiator FarOut Final Edition will stand apart from other Gladiators with its 18-inch granite crystal gloss-black aluminum wheels. It features Mopar’s three-piece, body-color hardtop, hardtop liner, and black tubular side steps. It also has deep tint glass, black freedom fender decals above the wheel arches, and a unique metallic FarOut Edition tailgate plaque. Finally, a spray-in bedliner is also included with the package.
The cabin has also received some attention, with McKinley heated leather seats and a heated steering wheel. It also has a nine-speaker Alpine system with a subwoofer. Standard safety features include blind-spot detection, forward collision warning, automatic high beams, and adaptive cruise control. If you are looking to get the Jeep Gladiator FarOut Final Edition, it’s only available with the 3.0-liter V6 diesel engine, which produces 2260 horsepower and 44 lb-ft of torque. Finally, the Gladiator FarOut Final Edition will be available in seven colors: Black, Bright White, High Velocity, Silver Zynith, Sting Grey, Sarge Green, and Hrdyo Blue.
As far as packages go, customers will get two options to choose from. The Cargo Group adds a lockable rear under-seat storage bin, a 400-watt inverter, and a 230-volt AC adapter. The Duel Top Group comes with both hard and soft top roofs. Finally, stand-alone options include tonneau covers and the handy off-road camera.
Unfortunately, while North America is anticipating the arrival of a refreshed Jeep Gladiator, following in the Wrangler’s footsteps, Europe will be saying farewell to the midsize truck. Its disappearance will mark the arrival of three new electric vehicles from the brand, all coming by the 2025 model year. That includes the Avenger, Recon, and Wagoneer-S. This is all part of Stellantis’s master plan to transform Jeep into a pure electric brand in Europe by the end of 2030.