Jeep wants to make one thing very clear: the new Gladiator diesel truck can go a long way.
To steer the point home, she has created the Gladiator Farout Conout with the right name, a custom truck designed for long distance adventures.
Built as a showcase for the annual Moab Easter Jeep Safari off-road event in Utah, which was canceled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, Farout is equipped as an overlapping truck with a four-person roof-mounted tent.
It also features a covered cargo box equipped with fridge and stove, a two-inch suspension lift, 37-inch-ground mud tires and a steel front bumper with a 12,000-pound Warn winch.
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The truck is powered by the 3.0-liter turbocharged six-cylinder engine currently offered in the Jeep Wrangler SUV that will be available in the Gladiator this fall.
According to Jeep, it will have an EPA highway rating of 28 mpg, which is 20 percent better than the available Gladiator petrol engines. Combined with a 22-gallon tank, that means it can cover over 600 miles – at least until the sidewalk is completed.
The city and forest fuel economy has not been released.
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