The Jeep Wrangler Traildozer that was unveiled as a concept car in March of 2012 can most aptly be described as a Jeep Wrangler on steroids. The car takes the traditional Wrangler design and then adds a bolt-in 470 horsepower 6.4L / 392 HEMI engine mated to a Getrag 238 six-speed manual transmission. The power runs through Rubicon-specific Dana 44 axles equipped with 4:10 gears and electronic locking differentials.
This car was a collaboration between Jeep and American Expedition Vehicles, so you know it’s designed to explore. An AEV Dualsport RS 3.5-inch suspension lift allowed the Mopar Classic five-spoke wheels and the 37” Mickey Thompson Baja Claw radials to fit comfortably under the Jeep's wheel arches. For extra off-road durability, the vehicle also features premium front and rear bumpers and rear corner guards by Mopar. AEV ‘F-1’ leather seat trim kit and Mopar slush mats tie together the Traildozer’s interior finishes. To top it all off a Mopar performance heat reduction hood, Mopar half-door kit and a Mopar / Warn 9.5 Cti winch.