The Jeep Gladiator M-715 Five-Quarter Concept is scheduled to be revealed at the Jeep Easter Safari.
Well everyone, today I give you the Jeep Gladiator M-715 Five-Quarter Concept, powered by a 6.2-liter supercharged Hellcrate Hemi V-8 engine. is one of the 6 concept vehicles that Jeep produced for it’s 53rd annual Moab Easter Safari. The M-175 is based on the original 1968 Gladiator pickup that was designed and made for the military.
Jeep really went all out when they built this rig. The M-175 concept hosts a long list of upgrades and modifications.
The front end is made out of carbon fiber and the 6-foot bed is made out of aluminum with wood slats. The top was lowered by 3.5 inches and the rig is outfitted with HID headlights and LED taillights.
The M-175’s frame was reinforced, and outfitted with a complete King suspension. The axles under the M-175 are the Dynatrac Pro-Rock 60 in the front and a Dynatrac Pro-Rock 80, which we all know are two of the strongest and well-built axles money can buy right now.
If you want to check out this monster just head out to Moab in April. Jeep will also be displaying 6 more of their concepts at the event.
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