Katzkin, a custom automotive leather provider, has announced a fun contest that could see you win an all-new Katzkin leather interior. If you spot the Katzkin Wrangler, a 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL with a unique Katzkin interior on the road, take a photo and post it to Facebook or Instagram with the hashtag #KatzkinJeep.
Those who do will be automatically entered to win an all-new Katzkin leather interior for their vehicle. Eligible vehicles for a new transformation include all non-luxury cars, trucks, and SUVs that have the model year of 2012 or newer and a modern cloth interior.
Doug Johnson, director of OEM development for Katzkin, revealed that the program would end in Las Vegas, Nevada at the SEMA show on October 31st, 2018, with designated stops at events along the way including Jeep Beach in Daytona Beach, Florida, Mopar’s annual ‘We Are Mopar’ in Texas and the Toledo Jeep Fest in Ohio.
“We have an outstanding relationship with Mopar,” noted Johnson. “Highlighting our brands together in one package throughout the country, to some of the most loyal Moparians, continues to be quite an enjoyable ride – and the new JL simply lends itself to so many upgrade opportunities; there’s just a great package to showcase.”
Johnson went on to say that the Katzkin Wrangler isn’t difficult to spot with its black and orange paint job, and Mopar’s Beadlock wheels and 2-inch lift kit. The Katzkin interior, designed exclusively for Mopar as a Mopar Custom Shop Option, features a honeycomb Tekstitch pattern on Katzkin’s most luxurious leather, Tuscany.
“Everywhere we stop folks want to talk about it – and it’s amazing how much recognition our partnership with Mopar has gotten as well,” said Johnson. “Not only does this particular Wrangler show off our capabilities but provides us an instant ‘show and tell’ to consumers wherever we are.”
“Katzkin’s customized leather packages include a personalized style process that is easy, seamless and affordable – bringing consumers real value,” said Johnson. “The even larger value story includes trucks and SUVs, often claiming a ‘luxury’ trim level but offering expensive base models that still include cloth.”
In place of consumers spending $6,000 to $9,000 to add leather through a trim level package, Katzkin can provide a custom retrofit interior transformation for less than $2,000 that includes a 3-year/36,000-mile warranty.
For more information, see Katzkin.