While You Were Sleeping: Jeep GC Pickup Render, Brilliance V3 Debut and Jobs, Jobs, Jobs (Or a Lack Thereof)

Mark Stevenson
by Mark Stevenson
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As trucks ride a heat wave of interest from consumers, I look at this Grand Cherokee render and think, “That’ll do.”

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  • Lou_BC Lou_BC on May 08, 2015

    Jeep Trailhawk - That is one incredible rendering. Too bad it is just a fantasy.

  • Hummer Hummer on May 08, 2015

    Didn't think it was possible to create an attractive unibody pickup, I suppose if you use the only attractive crossover as the basis, it's completely possible. They won't put it into production, and that, too many is a mistake.

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    • Scoutdude Scoutdude on May 10, 2015

      @ Al you are right the Sport Trac was not in the same league as the new GM mid sizers in its final iteration it was much more refined in both ride, handling and interior quality/amenities. Though I'm not sure what the POS Colorado has do do with the discussion of a pickup derived from a SUV which is what we were talking about. Personally I'm not going to buy any new pickup, unless maybe if I win the lottery. I just don't like driving a pickup as my main mode of transport so for the amount I use one my old F350 is great for the big loads and for the smaller ones I've got my even older Scout.

  • IMatt IMatt on May 08, 2015

    That reminds me, I wonder how Alex Dykes made out with his own Jeep Trailhawk project. His project required a little more imagination and guts to pull off!

  • Big Al from Oz Big Al from Oz on May 08, 2015

    The Jeep pickup looks great. There will be problem, cost. it will be quite expensive. Maybe if FCA used the body style on a full chassis.

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    • Big Al from Oz Big Al from Oz on May 08, 2015

      @Lou, I realise this. My comment is directed at those who think it's great because of the looks. FCA would be better off building the Rampage using the Wrangler chassis.