Jeep has no 7-seat offering except for the Chinese only Commander (and the new Grand Wagoneer) SUV but a Jeep Gladiator has been transformed into that. This model was created by the Off-Road History Museum in Abu-Dhabi and it looks like a long-wheelbase Wrangler.
The process was done by fitting a hard shell onto the Gladiator’s bed, transforming the SUV into a rugged three-row off-roader. The craftsmanship of this creation is mind-blowing as it is a neat job. The rear doors have been extended to provide easier access to the cabin and the rear overhangs are shorter. Step inside, and you’ll find individual captain chairs replacing the Gladiator’s second-row bench. There’s no a lot of space at the rear and even tall passengers will be uncomfortable at the back. In addition, this vehicle will have better offroad ability than even the new Wagoneer.
Power remains the 3.6-litre Pentastar V6 that outputs 280hp and 260 lb-ft of torque. In addition to that, it is mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission. The interior layout and all the fit and finishing remains untouched. Furthermore, here are more pictures of the modified Jeep Gladiator below.