Jeep boasts a storied heritage that dates back nearly eight decades, beginning when Willys Overland manufactured the Quad for the U.S. Army. Post-war, the Quad evolved into the CJ, or "Civilian Jeep," a model that continued until Chrysler acquired the brand through its purchase of AMC in 1987. Under Chrysler’s stewardship, the CJ was transformed into the Wrangler, a vehicle that has spanned four generations. Over the years, Jeep has undergone significant modernization, and its range has expanded to include various fully enclosed SUVs. Despite these evolutions, the vehicles have maintained their renowned off-road capabilities and have increased in popularity.