The all-new Jeep Wrangler continues to make waves in the 4x4 scene. With its go-anywhere capability, iconic boxy looks, as well as its new turbocharged engine under the hood, it’s no wonder people are going crazy for the latest SUV.

As a way to celebrate the 4x4’s success, Jeep has revealed two new special edition models of the Wrangler. Making their global debut are the 2020 Wrangler Willys and the Wrangler Black & Tan. Both special edition offerings come with unique add-ons, along with other extras that give them more a rugged and stylish look.

Go anywhere, or strut in style in 2020 Jeep Wrangler Willys, Black & Tan image

Starting with the Willys, this is the first time the special edition monicker has returned after a brief absence. It gets a military-style ‘Willys’ decal on the hood, along with Rubicon rock rails and shocks. It even comes with heavy-duty brakes, 32-inch Firestone mud terrain tires with 17-inch alloys, a gloss black front grill, and all weather floor mats.

Other key upgrades on the Willys include a limited-slip rear differential, Command-Trac part-time 4x4, a two-speed transfer case with a 2.72:1 low-range gear ratio, and LED headlights and foglights as standard.

Go anywhere, or strut in style in 2020 Jeep Wrangler Willys, Black & Tan image

Moving on over to the Black & Tan special, this particular Wrangler has received a unique new look. It has a new premium tan soft top which makes stand out from the rest. It then rolls on 17-inch Machine Granite alloy wheels wrapped in all-terrain tires. Other upgrades made available on the Black & Tan include side steps, and low-gloss badging.

As for the inside, it has a Black Wizard-painted instrument panel , Heritage Tan cloth seats, and a Uconnect 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system.

Go anywhere, or strut in style in 2020 Jeep Wrangler Willys, Black & Tan image

Both special editions of the all-new Wrangler are now available in the US. However, there is no word yet from Jeep if they will offer it outside the US market. Which do you prefer? The military-inspired Willys, or the more goal-oriented Black & Tan?