CONCEPT. Jeep Rescue Concept (2004)

«Jeep engineered for extreme exploits,» was the slogan used by presenters at the auto show when they described the Rescue concept vehicle. Hummer-size, the Jeep Rescue had a long 123-inch wheelbase and 80-inch wide body. It rode on 37-inch run-flat tires that were tunable to provide traction in rough conditions. The prototype used a unique suspension system that allowed 4-inches of additional lift when needed. Up front was a remote-controlled winch, and under the hood sat a 325 horsepower Cummins turbodiesel, available on the Dodge Ram pickup. In homage to early Jeep models, the Rescue concept featured removable doors, and a folding windshield, plus modern elements that included electronically adjustable ride height and a cargo-area roof panel that slid forward.

CONCEPT. Jeep Rescue Concept (2004)

CONCEPT. Jeep Rescue Concept (2004)

CONCEPT. Jeep Rescue Concept (2004)

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