Jeep Wrangler pickup truck will soon be launched, and you don’t have to wait for the official introduction if you want one. Namely, the American Expedition Vehicles (AEV) is producing the Brute Double Cab, which is based on the Wrangler model. You can have one of these, but you will need to order as soon as possible because this is the last year the Brute Double Cab will be in the assembly line and AEV will take orders until March 31.
However, these models are rather expensive, and the base trim starts at $41,665, which is more than the Wrangler Unlimited model. For that amount of money, you will get a truck that has loads of equipment in the cabin. The AEV Brute comes with the composite bed, and in order to fit that bed inside, the frame had to be lengthened by 39 inches. So, serious work had to be done on each and every vehicle.
In addition, the AEV Brute comes with a suspension lift, skid plates, a Warn winch and off-road lights, while the car sits on wheels wrapped in 35-inch tires. The standard 3.6-liter V6 will be substituted by a 5.7-liter or 6.4-liter Hemi V8 powerplant that will produce even more power, but the price will consequently go up as well. The AEV Brutes are manufactured at a factory in Wixom, Michigan.
You can reserve the AEV Brute Double Cab by calling 248-926-0256 or by visiting www.aev-conversions.com to find additional information about the orders. Having one of these would definitely be cool, and if you have enough money, this can be a very good choice.