AEV Jeep Wrangler OutPost II Overlander

Jul 9, 2018

Category: Rides

The Jeep Wrangler is undoubtedly one of the best off-road SUVs ever made. But most don’t quite enter the realm of overlanding due to limitations on space. But that issue has been completely done away with in AEV’s Jeep Wrangler JKU conversion, the OutPost II.

Designed for Dave Harriton, the president of American Expedition Vehicles, they certainly pulled out all the stops on this build. From nose to tail, it’s built to conquer all terrains in any weather – thanks to the addition of things like the brand’s Borah DualSport wheels, BF Goodrich Mud Terrain Tires, stamped steel bumpers, a hideaway front-end winch, a snorkel intake and more. But the biggest highlight probably lies in the honeycomb composite shell with its 45-degree opening roof, complete with solar panels to supply the whole rig with power. Unfortunately, you can’t buy this one, but you could get in touch with AEV and have them put together one just like it – for a price.

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