For a long time, the Jeep Wrangler was said to be very capable off-road. The following modified Jeep Wrangler has become a high-performance off-road vehicle.
This is a 2016 Jeep Wrangler JK before being transformed into a high-performance off-road vehicle by Florida-based Jeep Bruiser Conversions.
This model features Wrangler’s 3.6-liter V6 engine that has been replaced by the Kenne Bell 2.7 twin-screw supercharger mounted on the LS3 V8 engine of Chevrolet Corvette and Camaro. This setup has increased output to 800 hp, almost three times more powerful than the original capacity of the Wrangler.
Hence, this setup is capable of generating 840 hp, but it has been reduced to 800 hp for usable on the road with conventional pumped gas.
All that power is sent via the Atlas 3.0 twin transmission and hydraulic steering developed for the Ultimate 60 shafts, featuring 4.88 gears and Eaton lockers. Wild Wrangler rides on 20-inch Weld wheels wrapped in 38 x 13.50 Toyo Open Country Mud all-terrain tires.
Jeep Wrangler JK is also equipped with an aluminum front bumper, 4-inch flared front fenders, hydraulic bumper and Teraflex long-sleeve suspension with Falcon suspension.
Inside, the revised Wrangler has a custom black and red leather interior, along with an eight-channel Radio Cobra CB Boost and a JL Audio sound system with two 12-inch subwoofers.
In total, the conversion initially cost $ 150,000, but the high-performance Wrangler is currently being sold by Draper’s Mercedes-Benz through DuPont Registery for $ 89,999.