The first Jeep Wrangler pick up is about to go out of production. Do not be alarmed; It is not that the brand has stopped the production of the model even before starting it. You have to turn your sights on the American Expedition Vehicles company, which long ago wanted to take advantage of the existing demand for this model, and decided to convert some Wranglers into pick-ups. On March 31 they will stop receiving orders.
When we heard that Jeep was going to launch a Wrangler pick up, we received the news with joy, after years of seeing how concepts of the model were launched. But, with so much waiting for the model to arrive, there were those who decided to go ahead and give a solution to the desire to have this model. The American Expedition Vehicles company wanted to take advantage of the existing demand for this model, saw the gap in the market, and has decided to convert some Wranglers into pick-ups. The latest version of Jeep Wrangler pickup called Gladiator, and Jeep Gladiator JT led headlights
are the most popular modification parts of the Jeep pickup.
AEV Brute: a Jeep Wrangler pickup
The result is what you can see in the photo; a beast of a vehicle called the Brute, and it seems to live up to its name. Unfortunately, as reported by fellow Autoblog, it seems that the model is about to go out of production this year. American Expedition Vehicles apparently intends to stop making it after this year, and will stop taking orders after March 31. So, if you're really interested in a Jeep Wrangler pick up, and you can't wait for the brand to launch its model, here's a unique opportunity.
Yes indeed; keep in mind that the AEV Brute is not exactly cheap. The conversion in pick up (only this) costs a whopping 41,665 dollars (about 39,000 euros). And this amount does not include the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited that you will have to contribute...
Of course, if you are willing to spend this pasture, you should know that AEV will include a rear bed, which requires the model to be slightly longer. In addition, they will raise the suspension, and will make aesthetic modifications (rims, off road lights...). And, as icing on the cake, they will update your engine; this will go from the stock 3.6 V6 to a 5.7 or 6.4 Hemi V8.