2017 Jeep Wrangler Meaner Version Shows Up
The FCA is dedicating many resources and efforts to make the Jeep Wrangler more than it is at the moment as they are increasing the capacity at the Toledo plant along with offering several new variants in 2018.
The 2017 Jeep Wrangler has been given a new look with LED headlights and there is a custom Black Hawk model from Kahn Designs. There is more though as anyone considering the Wrangler JK next year may be able to choose from another option and this is the Wrangler Tomahawk.
Bear in mind that we say many be able to, this is due to the fact that it is made by G.Patton, a Chinese company, who introduced it at the Chengdu Auto Show recently.
While it wasn’t a concept we don’t know if it is going to go on sale and even if it does there is no guarantee that it will arrive in the US.
If it does arrive in the US it would be one of the most unique Jeep Wranglers as it is a 6×6 with extra rear axle and roofed bed that has been added to the rear. The front fascia is meaner in design and it offers the 17 inch alloys with 35 inch Mickey Thompson tires.
The Jeep Wrangler pickup may offer an option for customers to put a roof over the bed, but what about that 6×6. The output hasn’t been disclosed but it offers the V6 Pentastar 3.6 litre engine.