Length to height ratio: 2.2
Its design hasn't changed significantly in 70 years, but the upright stance of the Wrangler hasn't scared away buyers. More than 200,000 were sold worldwide last year, and Chrysler added 200 workers to its Toledo, Ohio plant in April to further boost production. The in-your-face seven-slat grille and nearly-vertical windshield deserve the overused adjective "iconic."
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