In last November, the much-anticipated Wrangler pickup Jeep Gladiator officially debuted at the Los Angeles International Auto Show. According to Jeep's plan, the new Gladiator will be officially delivered in the second quarter of this year. Recently, some foreign media reported that in addition to the three models already launched, Jeep will also launch a high-performance version of the gladiator.
From the imaginary model, the high-performance optimization for the Jeep Gladiator is basically the same as the Wrangler's Mopar solution, which is based on the improvement of climbing performance. The non-loaded body structure and the traditional off-road body configuration make the Jeep Gladiator more flexible. From the imaginary map, this rumored high-performance version of the Jeep Gladiator has increased the ground clearance through the lift kit, the tires have also been upgraded to large-size all-terrain tires, and the track has also changed. In order to cope with the larger tire runout, the front fender is also thinned. The sense of mass of the whole vehicle has been greatly improved.
Of course, there is another message that the high-performance version of the Jeep Gladiator will be a performance-oriented positioning of the Ford Raptor series, which is designed to meet the needs of high-speed off-road in accordance with the style of the Baja event. From a market perspective, this guess will be more reliable.
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