Special Edition Jeep Wrangler Made of Cans Created to Fight Hunger

We’ve seen plenty of special edition Jeep Wranglers, but never one like this. Fiat Chrysler has introduced a special edition Jeep Wrangler made of cans. The unique Jeep was built in conjunction with Canstruction, an international non-profit organization that fights hunger and poverty, in celebration of Canada Day 2015.

Incredibly, the can-ified Wrangler was an engineering feat created by a team of teens, aged 12 to 18. The group spent 12 hours constructing the Jeep Wrangler, using a whopping 4,500 cans of food. The result is a way-cool red and black Wrangler adorned with food cans, all of which will be donated to charity. The 4,500 cans of non-perishable foods will eventually be turned into 3,120 meals for the Greater Vancouver Food Bank Society.

“This unique Canada Day Canstruction project not only serves as a tool to raise awareness for issues of hunger and poverty in our country, it also demonstrates to the students involved how critical – and fun – subjects like science, technology, engineering and math can be,” said Reid Bigland, President and CEO, FCA Canada.

Canstruction builds structures made from cans of food to capture attention from the public in an effort to raise awareness of hunger and poverty in our communities.

Here at Cronic Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, we challenge you to donate time or non-perishable foods to a food bank in your community. Together, we can reduce the burden of hunger and poverty.