It featured COD graphics on the front fenders and spare tire cover, a custom hood and a front bumper with built-in winch. Because it was based on the Rubicon the Call of Duty edition features live axles, locking differentials in the front and rear a two-speed transfer case. On the inside, the Wrangler received embroidered seats with the Call of Duty logo as well as a numbered dash plate.
As intriguing as a special edition may have been, it’s never enough for a custom outfitter like Brians Motorsports in Hendersonville, TN aka BMS Offroad. BMS took the COD Jeep to new levels integrating custom green LED lights throughout and other suspension modifications. The true gem of the build is the set of massive rolling gear. BMS added a set of 26×14-inch Forgiato Ventoso-T wheels from the Forgiato Terra Series. The wheels are painted black and neon green to match the Call of Duty theme and are wrapped in 37-inch tires.