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    Photo of 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL Leaks Online - AutoGuide.com

    Photo of 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL Leaks Online - AutoGuide.com

    Post on AutoGuide.com: A photo of what appears to be the 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL has surfaced online, revealing a portion of the SUV’s design ahead of its debut later this year. The photo, which was posted to the Jeep forum on Reddit, shows the side profile of the new Wrangler. It appears to have been taken at the Toledo, Ohio Jeep plant and reveals the design of t[Read More...]
    FIRST JEEP WRANGLER JL SUSPENSION PHOTOS! - Four Wheeler Network

    FIRST JEEP WRANGLER JL SUSPENSION PHOTOS! - Four Wheeler Network

    Posted on Four Wheeler Network on August 8, 2017 FIRST JEEP WRANGLER JL SUSPENSION PHOTOS! An eagle-eyed reader managed to snap some undercarriage photos of a Jeep Wrangler JL test mule parked in a public lot! This is the first time we’ve been able to peer under the JL’s skirt. So, what’s new? While the pictures aren’t great, they do tell us some things. At first gla[Read More...]

2016 Concepts – Jeep Trailcat

From Jeep…

Jeep® Trailcat Concept

 

The Jeep Trailcat concept vehicle is the ultimate off-road machine, equally at home on Moab’s rugged trails or a high-speed section. Utilizing the supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI® Hellcat V-8 engine, and mated to a 6-speed manual transmission with a custom shifter ball featuring an embossed Hellcat logo, the Trailcat concept vehicle leaves everything else in a cloud of dust.

To get the 707-horsepower Hellcat engine into the Trailcat, designers stretched the wheelbase an additional 12 inches while chopping the windshield two inches for a sleeker look. Mopar exterior enhancements include a power-dome vented hood, Satin Black grille, LED headlamps and fog lamps and rock rails.

The robust off-road look is further aided by steel front and rear bumpers, 17-inch beadlock wheels and 39.5-inch BFGoodrich Krawler T/A KX tires, front and rear Dana 60 axles and Fox shocks.

Subtle design cues, such as a Hellcat decal on the front quarter panels and a “Trailcat” decal on the side of the hood, hint at the horsepower that lurks beneath, making this much more than a typical production Wrangler. The Trailcat’s interior is simple yet functional and features sport bucket seats from the Dodge Viper, made from carbon fiber and featuring Katzkin leather seat covers with accent stitching.

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