Mopar has already announced more than 200 customization options for the new Jeep Gladiator but these renderings from the Jeep Gladiator Forum show the pickup in a number of different configurations which hopefully, Mopar may bring to production.
Most of these renderings focus on different ways to use the Gladiator’s spacious bed and reveal just how versatile the vehicle can be.
One of the most extreme configurations imagined is a Jeep Gladiator modified into a camper with a large living space where the pickup’s bed is and sleeping quarters above the pickup’s roof. Other renderings show the Wrangler-inspired pickup with a selection of roof-mounted cages.
Which configuration is your favorite?
Our personal favorites include those Gladiators outfitted with eye-catching toppers. There’s one that depicts a topper very similar to these F-150 Fastback covers as well as one with wooden exterior trim and silver roof rails similar to the classic Jeep Grand Wagonner. A subtle roof spoiler makes this model look absolutely perfect.
There are even renderings which show the Gladiator with ‘supertop’ covers for the bed which retract much like a soft-top convertible when not in use.
As Jeep’s Gladiator sits in its family over the coming years, it is likely that both Jeep itself and Mopar will expand the range of configurations it is available in while also developing add-ons which customers can select when ordering. Additionally, a large number of aftermarket tuning companies will likely offer Gladiator owners a variety of ways to customize their rides.
For now, the Jeep Gladiator can be purchased from $33,545 in entry-level Sport guise. Other models offered are the Sport, Overland, and Rubicon.