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Here Are 5 Cool Easter Eggs Hidden in Jeeps

In recent years, Chrysler has made a point to include some cool “Easter eggs” throughout its vehicles — little items you won’t find unless you’re looking for them. That’s especially true of Jeep models, which feature more of these Easter eggs than other brands. A few weeks ago at the New York Auto Show, I found a few of these cool Easter eggs — so here they are.

"To New Adventures"

“To New Adventures”

Here’s a close-up image of the area surrounding the ignition button on the Jeep Renegade. It’s not just a simple plastic part — instead, it says “TO NEW ADVENTURES,” giving you a little reminder you’re supposed to enjoy your Renegade more than a normal, non-Jeep vehicle, every time you start it up.

Jeep Climbing Windshield

Jeep Climbing Windshield

On the Jeep Wrangler, there’s a little graphic of a Jeep Wrangler climbing the windshield. Not only is this a cool look (and not only does it remind you of the Wrangler’s climbing capabilities), it also makes Jeep owners far more likely to replace their windshields with a factory part — increasing Chrysler’s bottom line.

Jeep Grille

Jeep Grille

The Jeep grille is highly distinctive, so why not include it throughout the car? Here’s a Jeep grille perched around a speaker, reminding you that your speaker isn’t just in any vehicle … it’s in a Jeep. Many people won’t notice this, or at least they won’t realize that they’re looking at the Jeep grille — but it’s a fun thing to spot if you know about it.

Renegade Taillight Grille

Renegade Taillight Grille

The Jeep Renegade’s taillights are well-known for their odd design — a square with a little “X” inside. But if you look really closely at that X, you’ll see another Jeep grille — an Easter egg you absolutely won’t notice unless you get really close.

Renegade Taillight Cup Holders

Renegade Taillight Cup Holders

And speaking of those Renegade taillights, check this out: The Renegade’s cup holders are also boxy, rather than circular like the cup holders in most cars — and at the base of the cup holders, you see that very same “X” design from the taillights. That’s another cool item most people probably won’t piece together — but it’s cool when you spot it. Find a Jeep for sale

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Doug Demuro
Doug Demuro
Doug DeMuro writes articles and makes videos, mainly about cars. Doug was born in Denver, Colorado, and received an economics degree from Emory University in Atlanta. After graduation, Doug spent three years working for Porsche Cars North America. Eventually, he quit his job to become a writer, largely because it meant that he no longer had to wear pants. Doug’s work has been featured in a... Read More about Doug Demuro

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  1. They are not Easter egg’s!  They are putting logo’s, emblems ETC in parts so if they get into an accident a aftermarket part cannot be used.  I work for a body shop and they have been doing this for the last 5 years.

  2. There are other brands that include this easter eggs, like Opel with their sharks below de climate controls and the glovebox hinges

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