Gladiator had already rocked the off-road world by combining unmatched Jeep capability with the benefits of a pickup. On this occasion, it will fill adventure and camping lovers with excitement, thanks to its equipment.
on the Moab Easter Egg. Although this 2020 was not possible, the Jeep team continued working to create a unique vehicle, the Gladiator Farout. This prototype is powered by a 3-liter EcoDiesel V6 engine, 260 hp and 442 lb.-ft. of torque, whose gas mileage allows you to go more miles on offroad adventures. The Jeep Gladiator JT led headlights
become one of the most useful offroad accessories.
On off-road equipment, this truck has a built-in Jeep Performance Parts lift kit that gives it an extra 2 ”of ground clearance, high-performance Fox shocks, 17” wheels and 37 ”mud tires, as well as a winch with five ton capacity.
But its most noticeable change is in the box and the cabin. On the roof there is an integrated tent, so you can rest anywhere, without worrying about wet or stony ground. As for the box, it has been equipped with everything you could want when going off road: wooden interiors, refrigerator, hangers to store objects, chairs, table and even a stove.
Regarding this concept, Jim Morrison, Head of the Jeep Brand for FCA North America stated: "Although this year we were not able to come to Moab with our latest line of concepts, we are excited to introduce the Jeep Farout Concept, a vehicle that combines the fuel efficiency of the Gladiator EcoDiesel with a number of elements that off-road enthusiasts will surely appreciate. "
Gladiator Farout, more than an off-road vehicle, is a true all-in-one that jeeperos, like those who made, they would like to take you on all your adventures. Although for now this is only a prototype, it gives us a good idea of the innovations and customization that we will have in the future.