2004 Jeep Rescue

Jeep Rescue, 2004
Jeep Rescue, 2004
Jeep Rescue, 2004
Jeep Rescue, 2004
Jeep Rescue, 2004
Jeep Rescue, 2004
Jeep Rescue, 2004
Jeep Rescue, 2004
Jeep Rescue, 2004
Jeep Rescue, 2004
Jeep Rescue, 2004
Jeep Rescue, 2004
Jeep Rescue, 2004
Jeep Rescue, 2004
Jeep Rescue, 2004
Jeep Rescue, 2004
Jeep Rescue, 2004
Jeep Rescue, 2004
Jeep Rescue, 2004
Jeep Rescue, 2004
Jeep Rescue, 2004
Jeep Rescue, 2004
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"Jeep engineered for extreme exploits," was the slogan used by presenters at the auto show when they described the Rescue concept vehicle. Hummer-size, the Jeep Rescue had a long 123-inch wheelbase and 80-inch wide body. It rode on 37-inch run-flat tires that were tunable to provide traction in rough conditions. The prototype used a unique suspension system that allowed 4-inches of additional lift when needed. Up front was a remote-controlled winch, and under the hood sat a 325 horsepower Cummins turbodiesel, available on the Dodge Ram pickup. In homage to early Jeep models, the Rescue concept featured removable doors, and a folding windshield, plus modern elements that included electronically adjustable ride height and a cargo-area roof panel that slid forward.
По материалам: www.chicagoautoshow.com
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