Have you been thinking about pulling the trigger on a new JL Wrangler but don’t want a carbon copy of the one your trail buddy owns? Jeep has a brace of new trims which may be of interest.

Of greatest interest to us here at Off-Road.com is the Willys. Last seen on the old JK, this trim packs just enough off-road kit to consider it a Rubicon-lite. Rock rails and shocks are Rubicon-quality items, as are the heavy-duty brakes. There’s a limited-slip diff in the rear pumpkin, too. Wrapped around 17-inch wheels are mud terrain Firestones measuring 32-inches in diameter.

2020 Jeep Wrangler Willys Edition

Why Firestones and not KO2s? Rumor has it that the factory couldn’t keep up with demand, necessitating the switch. Handling wheeling duties is Jeep’s Command-Trac 4×4 part-time, two-speed transfer case with a 2.72:1 low-range gear ratio.

Your buddies will be able to spot the Willys on an off-road trail thanks to a gloss black grill and military-stencil hood badging that would do Sarge proud. The nifty LED Group, a normally optional package that adds bright peepers and fogs, is standard on the Willys. It’ll be available in all ten colors, including Hellayella and Firecracker Red. Look for a pricetag of $33,740 for a two-door, $37,240 for a four-door.

2020 Jeep Wrangler Black & Tan Edition

Appealing to customers looking for a bit of a throwback style, or at least ones who enjoy wearing a black t-shirt with cargo pants, is the Black & Tan package. This option bestows the JL with a tan top and seats, while dipping the interior instrument panel mid bolster in a pot of inky black paint.

There are also dark badging and wheels on the outside, paired with all-terrain tires to complete the murdered-out look. This rig will cost $32,940 in two-door form or $36,440 if you have a bunch of friends who want to tag along.