Jeep Gladiator concept teaser revealed for SEMA showOctober 30, 2020
Mopar, a division of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), has shared a teaser for a prototype featuring a variety of accessories from the Jeep Performance Parts catalog.
Obviously the image is a prototype built on the basis of the Jeep Gladiator. But you can see that Mopar got rid of the truck body and the Gladiator was converted into a chassis cab for this project, although such a configuration is not available for sale.
The taillights are different from those on the standard Gladiator and are also lower. Along with this, you can pay attention to a large box installed on a platform with a side door, while the presence of a second door cannot be ruled out (the other side is simply not visible). You can also see two bicycles on the roof rack.
Other notable accessories include a rear spare wheel with a BF Goodrich Mud Terrain A / T tire, a gas tank, a rear winch and a drawer.
Other details about the concept based on the Gladiator can be found on November 2 – 6 this year as part of the SEMA show, which will be held online.
In addition, it was recently noted that a 3-row Jeep Wrangler SUV, which belongs to an Arab sheikh, was demonstrated on the Internet. It should be emphasized that it is currently unknown what kind of motor the car is equipped with.
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