2019 Jeep FC. The Wrangler’s interior design in Crew Chief contrasts starkly with its hospitable structure, more luxurious than any sixties Jeep driver imaginable. Inside, pocket has changed very little to the concept of duty, except inserting cloth into the leather seats. There is also a huge navigation compass installed in the central heap and four military-style switches above the board for accessories, air compressor, and front and rear lock differentials. Being on the trail and automatic parking was the priority of this building, which is good with us. We still want one. Last year, the Moab Ester Jeep Safari, the powerful “Crew Chief 715” model based on the previous generation of Wrangler Unlimited, was introduced.
It took the form of a pick-up truck with a canvas roof and a variety of design signals in honor of a variety of Jeep military vehicles including 2019 Jeep FC. Moab, also a site for Easter Jeep Safari, celebrated an off-road weekend that attracted thousands of Four-wheeled vehicles to this desert location. Although the event is not confined to Jeeps, the brand’s enthusiasm towards it has been answered in the creation of some concepts of applause and money over the years [see sidebar, below]. For this year’s Schengen, which celebrated the 75th anniversary of the Jeep and Safari 50, Jeep has shipped a range of one-time works ranging from a cute and charming pet. However, the military commander of the 715 crew is the one we want to buy.
The Crew Chief’s design was designed in the green tactical paint, inspired by the 2019 Jeep FC military dredge in the late 1960s, based on the civilian-sized Jeep Gladiator. The production period, which lasted Jeep FC years, was short but still hesitated in the Jeep community. The strongest links to the concept with the Jeep FC ratios are its sharp snout, the forward transmitter and the narrow network. Design designs thrive here as in the toilets, so the rugged Crew offers all the business: the 5-foot truck bed, the simple top, and the front and rear jacks embedded in solid steel bumpers.
The Crew Chief concept may be ready for the front line, but it is often a Wrangler Unlimited extension. The 40-inch narrow, unadorned frame looks like an old school, wrapped around modern 20-inch wheels. Jeep has upgraded the front and rear suspension from Wrangler to the high-capacity Dana 60 units, lifting the body by four inches, and equipped with Fox Racing 2.0 tank ore dampers. In keeping with the function of the conqueror, the Crew Chief contains a portable air compressor to inflate the tires and operate the air accessories while in the shit.
Although the original 2019 Jeep FC engine was powered by a 133-horsepower Jeep engine, the crew leader retained the 3.6-liter Pentangar V-6 engine, rated 285 horsepower and a 260-pound torque from the plant. This is impressive along with some other Moab pocket concepts, but enough to get the crew commander where it is needed. This concept adds the required amount of cold air and free-flowing exhaust to improve breathing, while the automatic transmission handles five-speed transport charges.
Jeep plans to fully unveil Wrangler and the Doors at Wrangler Unlimited next week at the Los Angeles Auto Show. The truck will not be small there as it will debut next year, with production at the Toledo plant assembly at 2019 Jeep FC. A scheduled for resignation in November 2018.