Photo lovers have an opportunity through Aug. 21 to see the world through the lenses of some of South Florida’s most creative artists thanks to an inspired exhibit presented by ArtServe in Fort Lauderdale. The nonprofit and award-winning arts incubator turned to filmographers M. Denise...

In the automotive world, some vehicles enjoy popularity that extends beyond simple brand preference. There are festivals and rallies dedicated to them, and even, in the case of Jeep Wrangler, a special wave to acknowledge fellow owners. Manufacturers who have stewardship of these vehicles have the unenviable task of walking a fine line, evolving them to stay on the cutting edge of technological development and automotive trends, while simultaneously honoring the heritage that has enabled a subculture to emerge. With the Wrangler 4xe (pronounced “four-by-e”), which beat the Toyota Prius Prime for second quarter 2021 U.S. sales, Jeep applies plug-in hybrid technology to its iconic off-roader. This new iteration of the Wrangler comes in three trims—Sahara, Rubicon and High Altitude—that combine the capabilities Jeep enthusiasts expect when the pavement ends with efficiency and performance that rival that of any Wrangler in the brand’s nearly 80-year history. Traveling up to 25 miles on electricity alone from a single charge, the Wrangler 4xe achieves an EPA-estimated fuel economy of 45 MPGe. With 375-horsepower, it is the second-most powerful Wrangler in the lineup, and has the added advantage of the linear, right-now response of the electric motor, both on road and off. Visually, the 4xe is instantly recognizable as a Wrangler. Electric Blue coloring on front and rear tow hooks, exterior badging, and interior stitching not only looks sharp, but distinguishes the 4xe from its nonelectrified counterparts. It is available in 10 exterior colors and maintains Wrangler’s renowned ease of customization with a portfolio of more than 300 aftermarket and exclusive parts offerings.