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Jeeps aren’t the only cars with hidden secrets in their interior design. This Easter egg of a shark was found in a Vauxhall Corsa, and it appears in all of the 2006 to 2014 models. It was put there because a designer dared one of his co-workers to hide a shark in the car during production. The Hyundai Genesis has a truly luxurious hidden feature.Where are the Easter eggs on a Jeep Gladiator?
Jeep Renegades often feature a spider saying, “Ciao, baby!” on the fueling door. Some Jeep Gladiator owners can find the number “419” engraved into the rear. This is the area code for Toledo, Ohio, where it’s manufactured. This is just a sampling of the Easter eggs that people have found on their Jeeps in recent years.When was the first Easter egg placed on a car?
The report reveals that the American automobile brand Jeep has been mastering the placement of Easter eggs on their cars for the past 23 years. Jeeps first ever Easter egg was on the ’97 Wrangler. It was the iconic seven-bar grille hidden in the cowl. Since then Jeep started placing the Easter eggs more carefully.What's the Easter egg on a jeep floor mat?
As an innovative automaker Jeep doesn't just offer great floor mats; they make sure their floor mats have drains in them. And in case you're wondering about the odd shape on the mat itself, it's actually the map of the Moab desert - one of Jeep's first actual Easter eggs!