There are Jeep Gladiators, and then there is this Hellcat Powered
Beat of a Gladiator.
Professionally upgraded to the mighty Hellcat powerplant boasting
707 Horsepower, this Gladiator is the way SRT should have done
With Just over 3,200 miles, this Gladiator has been outfitted with
all of the right goodies including steel doors, light bar, upgraded
wheels, tires and suspension lift. A custom Audio System has been
installed with dual JL Audio Subs providing plenty of thump.
This is one mean looking Jeep with ultimate presence!!!
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About the Gladiator
The vehicle's name harkens back to the original Jeep Gladiator,
made from 1962-1988 and known as the J-Series after 1971. Jeep
considered reviving the Gladiator name alongside Comanche and most
commonly Scrambler, as well as simply using a new name, before
deciding on Gladiator, feeling it fits the truck the best.
A version of a Jeep Scrambler pickup truck was shown in 2003 at the
North American Dealers Association. In late-2004 the Jeep Gladiator
concept was introduced. The 2005 Gladiator Concept did not feature
a removable roof, but featured removable doors and a pickup bed. It
also previewed the design of the upcoming Jeep Wrangler (JK). The
Gladiator concept was powered by a 3.0L Common-Rail Diesel (CRD)
engine produced by VM Motori (similar to the one used in some
models of the Jeep Grand Cherokee), mated to a manual transmission,
and four-wheel-drive. It featured functional rear mini-doors, and
rear seating. The Gladiator concept featured a green-on-gray color
scheme for both the exterior and interior.
The all-new four-door, five-passenger midsize Gladiator features
exterior and interior styling cues from the Wrangler JL. Taylor
Langhals was the lead exterior designer on Gladiator.6 #fn6 Because
a truck is frequently used for both hauling and towing, the front
grille slots were enlarged to allow for increased airflow and
heavier-duty engine cooling. A full-sized spare tire, normally
mounted on the Wrangler's rear tailgate, is mounted underneath the
cargo bed of the Gladiator.
Four different roof options are available, similar to those on the
Wrangler JL, including a black vinyl Sun-Rider soft top and a
premium black fabric Sun-Rider soft top (both of which can be fully
retracted), a black Freedom-Top three-piece hard top, and a
color-keyed Freedom-Top three-piece hard top, both of which have
removable aluminum roof panels.
The truck has front and rear doors that can be fully removed, as
well as a windshield that can be lowered (like the Wrangler JL,
Jeep includes a tool kit with the tools necessary to remove the
doors and lower the windshield). The Gladiator is unique in that it
is the only truck available with a convertible folding soft
A front facing trail cam, mounted in one of the front grille slots,
is also available that displays an image on the touchscreen of what
is directly in front of the vehicle (this feature requires one of
the two larger U Connect touchscreen displays), and will assist in
off-road maneuverability, such as water fording, as well as
climbing over objects like logs and rocks. The "Off Road Pages"
application, displayed in the instrument cluster, allows a
Gladiator driver to view approach and departure angles, steering
angles, and more.
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