Jeep® Concept Friday – 2013 Jeep Wrangler Sand Trooper II Concept

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Fridays on the Jeep® Blog, we’re featuring some of our favorite concept vehicles. This week, check out the 2013 Jeep® Sand Trooper II Concept model.

The Jeep Wrangler Sand Trooper II concept vehicle was a direct follow-up to the original Sand Trooper concept model that made its debut at the 2012 SEMA Show.

The exterior of the vehicle is outfitted with a number of Mopar® parts, including a satin black grille, Warn winch, rock rails and LED off-road headlamps to name a few things.

Under the hood, the Sand Trooper II features a 5.7-liter HEMI® V-8 engine with 375 horsepower. It also includes Mopar® eight-lug front and rear portal axles, to help with any obstacle you might come across in all your off-roading adventures.

Additionally, the Sand Trooper II features front and rear half-doors, modified bumpers, and 40-inch off-road tires.

Inside, you’ll see black leather seats and Mopar® slush mats. The vehicle also hosts a rear back-up camera and trailside winch kit.

Were you a fan of the Jeep Wrangler Sand Trooper II concept when it first came out? Let us know which concept vehicle has been your favorite so far! You might even see it featured on next week’s Concept Friday post.

 

9 Responses to “Jeep® Concept Friday – 2013 Jeep Wrangler Sand Trooper II Concept”

    • Jimmy McPhail

      It was a concept called the Gladiator. I think the Brute is an aftermarket kit mod. I would buy a Gladiator in a heartbeat if it came into production.

    • looked up the Gladiator and Brute. Very sharp! Style is unique and not like all the other clones.

  1. Bobby Bolt

    I saw this at the LA Auto show and it was by far one of the coolest Jeeps i’ve seen! Those wheels were massive! I would have loved to gone on a ride in this thing.

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  2. Gipper Gooddawg

    Loose the new Cherokee! I’ve owned nothing but Cherokee’s and I’m ready to trade in and I won’t buy this one. What’s up?! Very disappointed…..

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