Check out the Mini Moke Amphibie Lazareth, which looks like part Jeep, part golf cart, and part kids’ toy. This tiny amphibious vehicle is built from aluminum with a 400cc Euro 4 engine that can propel it up to 90km/h (56 mph).
A Jeep Wrangler is about as aerodynamic as a brick, has terrible fuel economy, and isn’t that comfortable compared to other cars in its price range. It’s also about 100x more awesome than just about any other SUV out there.
This is a far cry from the pedal cars you grew up with. This Jeep-branded pedal car is perfect for off-roading kids who want a thrill. The Jeep Revolution BFR-3 pedal go-kart has three gears, plus reverse, a swing axle to keep it stable on rough terrain, and over-sized air-filled tires including a spare.
If you are on the road, the BFR-3’s gearshift to the right of its seat lets you squeeze as much speed from your pedaling as possible, just like on a bike.
If you have a couple of grand to spare, you can buy this cool Jeep Desk created by Canett Furniture. It is made from an recycled Jeep hood. It certainly makes for an awesome desk and you can provide your own vroom vroom sounds while getting your work done.
This desk comes with two small drawers for storage, and functional headlights, which will make anyone you interview on the opposite side of the desk, very nervous.
What do you get when someone decides to “rat-rod” a Willys Jeep from 1945? Rat rods are custom cars that imitate and exaggerate early hot rods. I have to say that despite its low ground clearance, this particular rat looks like it could go toe to toe with dune buggies.
One of the things you learn in the world of geekdom is that any time you slap some horizontally-chasing red LEDs into something, it’s instantly transformed into Cylon technology. But I always thought if you did it to the front of a vehicle, it’s a reference to Knight Rider’s K.I.T.T.
There are a plenty of places in the world that need 4×4s to get around. In some places, that’s just not enough. That’s probably why Mercedes-Benz came up with this 6×6 off-roader, which promises to be the most rugged Merc you’ve ever seen.
You know, there’s a reason why GM shut down Hummer. Apparently, Hummer owners got five times as many traffic tickets as the average driver. Oh, and there’s that part where got like 9 miles per gallon too.
Just look at the size of that RC Jeep. Both the jeep and its controller are scaled to match the classic Tamiya Wild Willy toy R/C car. If they built a few more and put some medical tents up, we would be well on our way to having an R/C M.A.S.H