Selecting a unique and bright paint color is part of the fun of buying a Jeep Wrangler.
Luckily, the 2021 Wrangler will see many of the same color options as the 2020 model year, with some exceptions. A
few fan favorites have sadly been discontinued, but Jeep is introducing a few new colors for 2021 to make up for it.
2021 Jeep Wrangler Exterior Colors
There will be 12 colors offered for the 2021 Wrangler. The list includes a few classics such as Firecracker Red and
Bright White. Sadly, Jeep is discontinuing popular shades Bikini and Punk’n Metallic. Hydro Blue and Snazzberry are
expected to be the newest additions to the 2021 Wrangler color lineup. Jeep is also bringing back some popular colors from previous years, including Nacho, Chief, and Gecko.
2021 Jeep Wrangler Paint Colors
Sample colors are for representation purposes. They may not accurately portray actual paint color due to screen
settings, metallic finish, etc.
Billet Silver Metallic
Although there are two other gray colors, Billet Silver is the closest to being a true silver. The metallic shade is
lighter than both Sting-Gray and Granite Crystal Metallic. As with all metallic paint, there is a slight addition in
cost for the Billet Silver.
Black is always in style. It’s also a great base color if you’re planning to add any mods or accessories. Pop on some
black wheels, and you’ll have yourself one aggressive-looking rig. Or you can spice things up with an accent color,
because black goes with pretty much everything.
Along with Black, Bright White is another one of those classic Wrangler shades. It’s hard to go wrong with white.
White also pairs well with other colors, so you can dress it up however you want.
Chief is a bright blue that has been seen on the JK Wrangler, but is new to the JL. It’s more of a baby blue color in
comparison to Hydro Blue. Previous limited edition Chief models came with special graphics and a white hardtop, which
means this shade would fit in with the Islander trim quite well.
If you want to stand out, Firecracker Red is the perfect shade. The bright red will definitely turn heads whether
you’re driving down the highway or the trail.
The color lineup would really be missing something without a vibrant green like Gecko. There’s a reason why Gecko is one
of the top Wrangler colors of all time. It’s fun, a little quirky, and will definitely stand out no matter where you
are. Plus, we think Gecko will look sick with the new Islander trim.
Granite Crystal Metallic
Granite Crystal is a dark gray shade similar to that of Sting-Gray but with metal flakes. It is a bit deeper than
Sting-Gray, especially in lower light. If you want something darker than Billet Silver that still sparkles in the
sun, Granite Crystal is a good option.
Hellayella is not a choice for the faint of heart. This bright yellow shade will definitely garner attention wherever
you go. Hellayella proves that yellow can look just as good on an SUV as it does on a sports car.
As a color available for the 2020
Gladiator, Hydro Blue is new to the JL Wrangler but not to Jeep. This blue shade looks great on the Jeep truck, so chances are it’ll look just as good on a Wrangler. Hydro Blue is more
pearlescent and darker than Chief.
This bright orange-yellow shade was first seen in 2018, but it was only a limited run with 3,000 models produced. With a
name like Nacho, this paint shade will have your Wrangler sounding and looking like a snack.
Snazzberry was a shade first seen on the Gladiator at the 2020 Chicago Auto Show as a concept. It’s a reddish-maroon
shade that looks as delicious as it sounds. The Wrangler will be the first Jeep to officially get this color.
Even though there are three gray shades for the 2021 Wrangler, Sting-Gray is in a league of its own. Unlike Billet
Silver and Granite Crystal, Sting-Gray is a flat dark gray color. It’s great if you want something stealthy, but not
quite as harsh as black.
2021 Jeep Wrangler Special Editions
Jeep’s releasing two new special editions for the 2021 Wrangler. They’re bringing back the fan-favorite Islander edition
and an 80th Anniversary model.
The 1989 YJ Wrangler was the first to sport the Islander trim. Over 20 years later, Jeep brought the trim back for the
2010 JK Wrangler. Now Jeep is releasing an Islander edition for the 2021 JL Wrangler.
The Islander trim will feature a beach-themed interior and exterior, with unique cloth seats and a “Jeep Tiki” decal on
the hood. It will have black side steps and 17-inch wheels with 32-inch tires. An optional white hardtop will also be
available for the Islander edition.
80th Anniversary Edition
In celebration of their 80th anniversary, Jeep is releasing a special edition trim for the 2021 Wrangler, Gladiator, and
other models. The interior and exterior will have special 80th Anniversary Edition badges. Optional leather seats and
Granite Crystal interior accents are also available. This trim package will also come with a three-piece black hardtop.
2021 Wrangler Hard & Soft Top Colors
Jeep will be offering the same hardtops and soft tops for the 2021 Wrangler as the previous year, with one exception.
The Islander edition will have an optional white hardtop available.
- Body Color 3-Piece Freedom Hard Top
- Black 3-Piece Freedom Hard Top
- White 3-Piece Freedom Hardtop (Islander Edition)
- Premium Black Sunrider Soft Top
- Premium Tan Sunrider Soft Top
2021 Wrangler Trim & Accessory Colors
When it comes to the accessory colors, you’ll still be able to get body-color fender flares or a satin black grille.
Wheel options include silver and black aluminum. You can also get graphics for the side, hood, or upper body,
including an American flag.
2021 Wrangler Interior Colors
Jeep is expected to offer the same seating found on the 2020 Wrangler. This includes black or tan cloth seats. For an
additional charge, you can add black or dark saddle leather seats. As for the interior accents, you can opt for
black or caramel (tan).
Sources: 2021 Jeep Wrangler Fans Rejoice Over Flashy New Colors, MotorBiscuit | 2021 Jeep Wrangler Gets New Paint ColorsMotorTrend | 2021 Colors?, JL Wrangler Forum
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