Hidden Jeep Gladiator Easter Egg locations

Hidden Jeep Gladiator Easter Egg locations

The Jeep Gladiator hasn’t been left out of the Easter egg hunting party; in fact, it has a whole basket of them for you to explore.

Of course, the seven-bar grille shows up all over the place. Like a Wrangler, the Gladiator has it inside its headlights as an awesome first impression. You’ll also notice the grille design inside the tailgate to inspire your imagination as you load up your adventure gear.

The seven-bar grille also appears on the cowling in between the wipers, and further down the cowling, there’s a pair of flip-flops etched in, inspiring your next beach or forest trail trip.

Like the Wrangler, these Jeep Easter eggs also pay tribute to the original Willys Jeep. It’s on the corner of the windshield, on certain wheel options, on the spare tire, and in many more areas. The steering wheel inner section also pays tribute to the original steering wheel design of the Willys Jeep. The “Since 1941” message appears on the dashboard screen on start-up, and with its similar front-end design, you’ll see the Willys Jeep appear on the screen and then morph into the Gladiator.

A small silhouette of the Gladiator also darts across the screen on start-up, too.

As a proud example of the Jeep Easter eggs, the Gladiator has a heart and “419” engraved into the rear of its bed edge. 419 is no simple number: It’s the area code for Toledo, Ohio, where the Jeep Gladiator is built.