Jeep Gladiator Top Dog Concept: Designed for mountain bikers

The Mopar team created a new concept car based on the Gladiator for the virtual edition of the SEMA Show.

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Using the exclusives Jeep Performance Parts (JPP) and custom accessories, the team Mopar the United States has transformed a 2020 Jeep Gladiator in a fun concept car for mountain bike enthusiasts. Its about Jeep Gladiator Top Dog Concept, which was presented in society at the SEMA360, the virtual edition of Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) in Las Vegas.

Jeep Gladiator Top Dog ConceptPainted in K-9 Blue, the Jeep Top Dog Concept expands the Gladiator's hauling capabilities by removing the stock cargo area and replacing it with a custom PCOR flatbed storage system.

On the passenger side of the storage system, in the removable drawers, the tools and spare parts that cyclists need to travel the mountain routes can be safely stored. Ample interior storage shelves, exterior lighting pushbuttons and additional power outlets are at your fingertips.

Jeep Gladiator Top Dog ConceptOn the driver's side of the storage system, a battery-operated refrigerator and an electric grill To make some hot dogs, they will help the cyclists regain their strength for the next stretch of challenging trails.

Above the cabin, two frames provide additional space for tools and equipment. The dual exterior work lights they are mounted on each side and a set of traction mats is also included in the frame for retrieving and removing the vehicle. At the top of the storage structure, a double bike rack provides a safe way to transport Trek mountain bikes to trails.

Jeep Gladiator Top Dog ConceptFor excellent off-road capability, the Jeep Top Dog Concept features a JPP lift kit two-inch with FOX shocks providing increased ground clearance, augmented by 17-inch JPP aluminum beadlock rims and mud tires 3-inch BF Goodrich KM37. Steel custom “high-top” fenders provide additional space at all four corners.

The Jeep Top Dog Concept's engine is the proven 3.6 Pentastar V-6 with 285 hp and 352 Nm of torque, mated to an eight-speed TorqueFlite automatic transmission.

The front bumper of the Jeep Top Dog Concept is a JPP Rubicon Bumper bumper incorporating a two-inch steel protective grille that is inspired by the Jeep J6 concept car. In addition, it includes the exclusive JPP Rubicon Warn winch with a capacity of about 3.600 kg that includes about 30,5 meters of synthetic Spydura cable.

Jeep Gladiator Top Dog ConceptThe hood of this concept vehicle is adorned with black mopar zippers custom logo showcasing Jeep Willys. The snorkel air intake JPP helps direct cool air into the engine when off-road conditions affect normal air intakes. A pair of XNUMX-inch JPP off-road LED lights installed at the base of the A-pillars help illuminate the way.

The sides of the body are protected by JPP footpegs, customized with two-inch welded steel tubes, similar to the design of the front bumper. Black corner guards feature an embossed Gladiator logo and help protect the inner sill from scratches and scuffs.

The Jeep Gladiator Top Dog Concept features a XNUMXnd JPP Warn winch In the back. Just above the rear winch, a removable storage drawer incorporates a folding ladder that is used to access the double bike rack.

Jeep Gladiator Top Dog ConceptInside, the exterior colors K-9 Blue and black are applied with a dashboard in the same color as the bodywork. Additionally, the Katzkin black leather seats, armrests, gear shift cap, steering wheel and handbrake grip are highlighted with blue stitching.

Mopar stainless steel pedal covers with black rubber pads add an eye-catching touch and increase grip on the accelerator and brake pedals. Just below the pedals are Mopar All-weather floor mats installed throughout the cabin.

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