Aaron’s calling it the Jeep Wrangler SRT. Jeep unveiled this concept just ahead of Ford’s unveiling of the all-new Bronco. Kristin loves the idea behind this 450-horsepower Wrangler Rubicon. Will this muscular Wrangler go to production? We think so.
This is footage from Jeep of the new Wrangler Rubicon 392, a 6.4-liter V8-powered concept labeled internally as the J9 V5. In this footage, you can hear the engine, see the concept driving, and look at the underpinnings.
Both Aaron and Kristin talk about the new Jeep pickup truck, the Gladiator. After having driven most of the renditions available for this truck and having spent a fair amount of time with it, Drive Mode is in agreement that the 2020 Gladiator is legendary.
In this video, Aaron and his Mini Me crew take the doors and roof off of a 2020 Jeep Gladiator. One of the things most appealing about a Jeep is the ability to drop non-essential items like doors, roof, and windscreen, for maximum fun.
Actual time for the teardown was under 25 minutes, with several minutes spend looking for a dropped bolt. Hint: don’t entrust an 8 year old with “holding fasteners” and filming (via GoPro) simultaneously.
Find out why the Gladiator was one of our Ultimate Family Vehicles pics here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9O36g6_S4FQ
In this video, I have help from my Mini Me crew as we strip down a Jeep Gladiator to its bare awesomeness for off-road fun. Condensed to about three minutes, the full process took about 25 minutes to complete, including an interlude where we lost one of the bolts and had to go searching. Fun times! http://www.AaronOnAutos.com
Time to get crackin! Nominate your favorite armed forces veteran or active duty person and they could win a 2020 Jeep Gladiator Rubicon. There’s more information at https://jeepgladiatortogladiator.com/ and at the video Jeep made for this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NeFQKyw2iQw
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) is expanding its Jeep and Ram brands with new production capacities and facilities in Michigan. The updates are part of the company’s plans announced in 2016 to expand both fast-selling automotive brands for future production needs. Read about it at CarNewsCafe.com. Please follow and like us: