Jeep Wrangler Tomahawk by G. Patton
The beast before you, the Jeep Wrangler Tomahawk by G. Patton, is the result of quite a vivid imagination from the Chinese team behind the name. A 6×6 variant of the Jeep Wrangler, dubbed Tomahawk, is a strange thing to come from that part of the world, but I’m not prejudiced; don’t care who you are, if you got the skills I will tell everyone about you. Showcased at the Chengdu Auto Show, this thing was once a standard Wrangler; however, the extra axle at the rear will make some people wondering what the hell happened.
The crew at G. Patton cut the American off-roader behind the C-pillar and subsequently added an enclosed pickup truck bed. The Pentastar 3.6-liter V6 now features a supercharger; although there is no word on official numbers, there is bound to be enough extra power to get the driver excited as he or she drives over the mountain, far away. The Jeep Wrangler Tomahawk by G. Patton also boasts a bespoke front fascia and grille and some tweaks, while 17″ alloys were wrapped around in 35″ Mickey Thompson tires. The remote-controlled electric winch might come in handy if you love off-roading. Set to be sold exclusively in China, this thing is bound to deliver a powerful example of American roughness,