We might have bought Call of Duty: Black Ops at the midnight launch event. We may even have paid slightly more for the limited edition, considered special controllers and headsets, and worn CoD T-shirts. But even we’re not quite sure about buying the $30,625 (two door) or $33,500 (four door) 2011 Jeep Wrangler Call of Duty: Black Ops Edition.
To try and convince us, the Jeep Wrangler gets mineral grey allow wheels with 32-inch off-road tyres, Mopar taillamp guards, Mopar fuel door, and a blacked-out exterior with Call of Duty:Black Ops logos on the roof and front quarter panels.
But it’s up against tough competition, considering movie prop and special effects experts Weta once created a life-sized Halo Warthog for a series of Halo short films:
The addition of the turret gun would definitely make it more suitable for commuting to work, although the open-air nature of the Warthog does mean a problem if the weather turns bad and you don’t wear Mjolnir armour on a daily basis.