One of the most exciting things about the 2020 Jeep Gladiator, and about mid-size off-road trucks in general, is that they make for excellent overlanding rigs. And to prove this point, Jeep has built the "Wayout" concept for the Moab Easter Jeep Safari. Check out its awesome rooftop tent.
As much as the Gladiator gets too long (it is quite long), that size does yield a decent amount of space, and if you're To go overlanding for weeks at a time, that's what you need.
Jeep used for space to fit a roof top tent and a canopy; The video above shows how it all folds out to yield a nice little campsite.
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Notice the fuel tanks embedded in the bedsides, and check out the tent frame with an integrated ladder. There is also a step on the fender flare (whose strength I wasn't able to test, but if it's a standard plastic flare, I'd be worried) and one as part of the rock rail.
Here's a closer look at the ladder and that step on the flare. Also, you can see some recovery boards, and the top of a cool sliding bin deck storage system:
I also took a closer look at that metal bed rack, which has some nice integrated lights on the inside:
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Here's another look at those storage bins:
ith the Gladiator's stock Gator Green color and with those awesome 17-inch steel painted wheels that I think should totally be a factory option. Wrapped around those wheels are 37-inch mud-terrain tires made to fit with a two-inch lift kit, and powered by the standard Pentastar 3.6-liter V6 bolted to an eight-speed automatic.
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