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1968 Kaiser Jeep M-712 Resto-Mod By Jeep Is 700+ HP Of Brilliance

It has been 3 years since we last posted about the annual Moab Easter Jeep Safari. Why? Because, there weren’t anything really eye catching. Actually, no. We lied. The truth is, we missed those altogether. But this year, Jeep and Mopar has one concept that we find it hard to pass. The concept in question is this: the Jeep M-715 Five-Quarter. Riding wave of the surge of resto-mod in recent years, the Jeep M-715 Five-Quarter is, as the name suggests, based on the American light military truck 1968 Kaiser Jeep M715, AKA as Five Quarter for its 1 1/4 ton payload rating. Continue reading 1968 Kaiser Jeep M-712 Resto-Mod By Jeep Is 700+ HP Of Brilliance

Jeep & Mopar’s Seven Concept Vehicles Headed To 50th Easter Jeep Safari

If you find your Jeep looks a little mundane or too much like your neighbors’, you can always turn to Mopar for customization ideas, as Jeep and Mopar has demonstrated, yet again, with seven concept vehicles built for the 50th Annual Easter Jeep Safari. The event will be held at Utah on March 19-27, 2016. So, if you need some customization inspirations, Easter Jeep Safari is the place to hit up. Noticed we said ‘inspirations’? Because not all the stuff you see on the seven vehicles will be available. The crop of Easter Jeep Safari concept vehicles uses both production and prototype Jeep Performance Parts developed and built by Mopar. Continue reading Jeep & Mopar’s Seven Concept Vehicles Headed To 50th Easter Jeep Safari

Jeep Celebrates Its 75th Anniversary With A Line Of Special Edition Models

Jeep is 75 years old this year and it is celebrating by asking for your money in exchange for some pretty dope special edition. The new 75th anniversary models will be available across the entire Jeep lineup, including the beloved Wrangler Unlimited, Patriot and Renegade. So, no matter what’s your (Jeep) poison, there’s something for you. They will probably trigger endless debate with your wife as to why you need to let go of your still new Jeep for one draped in military-inspired Jeep Green paint job with bronze and orange accents topped with 75th Anniversary ‘1941’ badging, low gloss bronze wheels, and unique interiors boasting features like exclusive seats with embossed 75th Anniversary logo or one-of-a-kind Ombre Mesh fabric. Continue reading Jeep Celebrates Its 75th Anniversary With A Line Of Special Edition Models

Jeep Renegade Hard Steel Concept Has a Trailer that Pops Up to Reveal a Huge Touch Display

With so many entertainment channels offered to us today, I think it will be hard for most people to even consider going on a road trip or hitting the wilderness for a good’ol camping trip. But with the Jeep Renegade Hard Steel Concept, you might be able to do those while not being away from your ‘usual entertainment’. The automaker surprises visitors and journalists at the Geneva Motor Show this year when it unveiled the Hard Steel Concept. But the real surprise isn’t on the Renegade, but what’s behind it: hitched to the Renegade was a small trailer that’s basically a carbon copy of the Renegade’s rear end, complete with taillights (of course), bumpers, identical wheels (only two, naturally) and right down to the ‘fuel door’ above the right wheel. Continue reading Jeep Renegade Hard Steel Concept Has a Trailer that Pops Up to Reveal a Huge Touch Display

Turbine Engine is Not Limited to Aircraft, Abrams Tanks and Batmobile, This 1960s Chrysler Car Had it Too

Unless you grew up in the 60s (or maybe even the 50s), chances are, you are not aware that Chrysler actually had a Turbine-powered passenger car that runs on kerosene, diesel or JP-4 jet fuel. It was kind of the big deal, because it literally has an aircraft engine powering it way before M1 Abrams and Putsch Racing iteration of Tim Burton’s Batmobile did. And not surprisingly, the car was born out of the supersonic jet engine age, where rockets and jets played a big part influencing the design and technology of car designs of the 50s and 60s. The Turbine car had a total of seven generations, all of which were prototypes that never saw the light of mass production due to cost of manufacturing as compared to standard internal combustion engine. Continue reading Turbine Engine is Not Limited to Aircraft, Abrams Tanks and Batmobile, This 1960s Chrysler Car Had it Too

Here’s the 2015 Chrysler 300. It Looks the Same, But Not Quite the Same

So, here it is, the much anticipated sedan the Pentastar brand has to offer: the Chrysler 300. And if you adore the look of the second-gen 300, then you will probably won’t be disappointed with this one. Though the two generations look pretty alike, they does feel a little different, thanks to the 30 percent larger mesh front grille and generally speaking, sleeker and more sculptured front end that has less things happening, which is spells awesome in our books. The new iteration also gets redesigned front and LED rear lights, new finishes and new wheel designs, but those are pretty much where the difference ends as far as exterior is concerned. Continue reading Here’s the 2015 Chrysler 300. It Looks the Same, But Not Quite the Same

Filson and AEV Teams Up Again, This Time to Create This Go Anywhere Jeep Wrangler

Another year and we’re seeing another sweet collaboration between outdoor clothing and accessories maker Filson and custom truck specialist, American Expedition Vehicle or more popularly known as AEV. This time, the already rugged and proven Jeep Wrangler is given the Filson x AEV treatment and like before, the Filson Edition AEV Wrangler as it is called, is packed to the brim with what we like to refer to as “rugged luxurious” features that let you go where you need in absolute style and assurance. Dressed in the signature Filson forest green paint job as seen on the Brute, the Filson Edition AEV Wrangler is offered in a choice of two door and four door models and with the option of a 5.7L or the monstrous 6.4L HEMI V8 motor. Continue reading Filson and AEV Teams Up Again, This Time to Create This Go Anywhere Jeep Wrangler

2014 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited NightHawk By Starwood Motors

there is the Jeep Wrangler and then there is the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited NightHawk, exclusively souped up by tuner Starwood Motors. one look and you know this is going to delight any serious off-roaders fan who demands both style and performance. the Wrangler is arguably the most desirable 4×4 money can buy, but it could look a little bland at times which does not quite do justice to its off-road capabilities. if that thought does strike you, then we think you might have look to the 2014 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited NightHawk. powered by a 3.5L V6 24-valve VVT engine bolted with a Ripped supercharger, plus several performance ‘enhancers’, the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited NightHawk is possibly the most powerful Wrangler money can buy without spending a single second in the workshop, which means the fun starts the moment you get the keys. Continue reading 2014 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited NightHawk By Starwood Motors

2015 Jeep Renegade

the 2015 Jeep Renegade is the newest and smallest SUV Jeep on the block. we have always loved Jeep and so we’d be lying if we say we weren’t excited. we have been looking forward to receive this baby Jeep the whole time before it was finally unveiled at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. visually, the Renegade’s design is a departure from traditional Jeep styling, featuring a more flared body and some pretty cute details. the Renegade will offer up to 16 powertrain combinations to suit the different markets and of which, it will include four MultiAir petrol units and two MultiJet II diesel engines, as well as the segment-first nine-speed automatic transmission. there will be manual models too, but we shall not dwell into it as details are not readily available yet. Continue reading 2015 Jeep Renegade

2014 Jeep Wrangler Willys Wheeler Edition

the first ever civilian variant Jeep, the Willys-Overlander, might be way older than most of us here, but it always have a special place in our hearts. for those with the dough to spare, you can celebrate this much love off-road vehicle with the 2014 Jeep Wrangler Willys Wheeler Edition, a vehicle that has all the original Jeep’s ruggedness, as well as functional capability. based on Wrangler Sport model, this modern day Willys sports upgraded hardware which includes a Dana 44 rear axle with Trac-Lok limited-slip rear differential and 3.73 gears, BFGoodrich KM Mud Terrain LT255/75R17 tires, rock rails and a new Jeep Trail Rated Kit that comprises of a D-Ring, tow-strap and gloves in a Jeep-branded bag. Continue reading 2014 Jeep Wrangler Willys Wheeler Edition