Special editions not available in the 2021 model selection on Jeep.com yet...
This one is standard def / composite video. Might be okay for some, but it's certainly not the same quality as the OEM backup camera is. If you retrofit the factory trail cam and video switch box it'll be the same quality as the very clear backup camera.Z auto has one for around 199.00 Plug and Play as long as you have an 8.4"
The factory trail cam is high def like the backup cam. Honestly to me sounds very useful when poking my way through a challenging trail and need to see what I consider a blind spot for tough obstacles.Why bother screwing around with that p. o. s. 8.4“ screen and low res video. The main screen is essential to keep an eye on the virtual dials (coolant temp, transmission temp, etc.) anyway... install as many cameras as you like and hook them up to a separate screen. You can even get them to record.
@RoxyBoxer You asked a loaded question, . I have the 8.4 screen and I am more than happy with it, it provides me with everything that I need. I think that FCA have doe a great job with Car Play integration and entertainment (I am comparing to recent Infiniti, Nissan and MercedesBenz), but that is just my opinion.
Yeah I’m sure there is better, but I don’t want to have to upgrade everything. As long as it sounds good and I don’t have to have the speakers to the max volume to hear it when my top is open and doors off.There are after market units that are far superior than the 8.4 and they work.
Here...I found 80th anniversary gladiator, it’s a pretty mild pkg, but still nice. It looks like jeep replaced the gladiator sticker with an actual badge for the edition. IMO that’s how the badge for the wrangler/gladiator should be.