Jeep Mighty FC Concept

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Some may call it ugly, but we think the Jeep Mighty FC Concept vehicle is one of the most badass looking off roaders we’ve come across.

The rugged aesthetics of this off road machine were inspired by the classic Jeep Forward Control 1950s and 1960s models. There are several different versions of the concept being displayed including a 2 door equipped with a truck bed, and a 6 door for taking you and all your friends on an outdoor excursion. More than just good looks, this beast has been outfitted with plenty of upgrades to help it tackle the open road including Mopar Portal Axles, Wam winch, Corsa stainless steel exhaust, and a whole lot more. Sure, it’s just a concept at this time, but just like many concept products in the past, we’re hoping that internet fame can help make this dream a reality in due time.

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