With electric cars becoming a larger and larger influence in the automotive industry it was only a matter of time until there would be an electric Jeep Wrangler.
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Rigid Industries produces the “most durable lighting products in the business” and that might even be an understatement. In this video they blast their light bars with a shotgun, smash ’em with hammers, drag them behind a truck and crush them with heavy machinery, all while they keep on shining. It’s truly remarkable, really.
Stitch was hailed as one of the most popular Jeep concept vehicles to make its debut at the 2013 Easter Moab Jeep Safari this year. Besides the creative design and transparent looking body panels, Stitch may also be hinting at what the Future holds for our beloved Wrangler.
Some deranged person(s) in Morocco have decided to create what likely came to them in a nightmare of some sort by attaching two perfectly fine Jeep Wranglers together to create this two-lane-wide rolling obstruction.
While it can be easily argued that there has been smokier, louder and more intense burnouts from Jeeps in the past, the fact that this is a fully restored 1952 Willys with an LS1 swapped into it and produces an impressive amount of smoke and molten rubber puts this rig over the top! Definitely good enough to make my “best of” list on Youtube.