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PostHeaderIcon Mercedes-AMG G63 RS 850 by Posaidon

The Mercedes-AMG G 63 may look like a car that has little care for the world of aftermarket tuning, but that couldn’t be further away from the truth. The hulking SUV has actually been a favorite subject among aftermarket tuners, and we see that on full display with this new tuning program from Poseidon.

The program is called the G 63 RS 850, and you don’t need to be a mathematician to know that the “850” in the program’s name refers to the kind of power the AMG G 63 now has at its disposal. The extra grunt is complemented by a series of exterior and interior upgrades, all of which combine to create a tuning kit that establishes a more flamboyant personality out of Mercedes-AMG’s resident mastodon. The RS 850 kit may not be the first program for the AMG G 63 to dip into this kind of tuning upgrade, but rest assured, this upgrade brings a lot more to the table than what we’ve seen in the past. Consider this program, then, a top-of-the-line choice for owners of the AMG G 63. Whatever you may want to do to your premium, off-roading ride, there’s a good chance that Poseidon has the upgrade that’ll leave a smile on your face.

Continue after the jump to read more about the Mercedes-AMG G 63 RS 850 by Posaidon

Exterior


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“This particular finish is striking in its own right, specifically the way it shines in the light”

If you want your Mercedes-AMG G 63 to stand out, then Posaidon has you covered with what it cals a “Crazy Color Edition” Solar Beam Yellow paint finish. It’s actually not the first tuning program for the SUV to feature a color similar to this one, but this particular finish is striking in its own right, specifically the way it shines in the light. There’s some burst-like elements to it that make it pop out even more than those traditional yellow finishes.

Complementing the flamboyant color scheme is a set of 22-inch alloy wheels that come wrapped in 285/40R22 high-performance tires. Gold-painted brake callipers are located just behind the wheels, attention-grabbing in their own right.


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“Complementing the flamboyant color scheme is a set of 22-inch alloy wheels that come wrapped in 285/40R22 high-performance tires”

There are no aerodynamic modifications to speak of though that shouldn’t be too much of an issue considering that the AMG G 63 isn’t the type of car that’s going to need that many aero bits to begin with. It’s one of those cars that’s fine on its own.

Interior


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“Carbon fiber trim is the big star in this section as it adorns a significant amount of real estate in the cabin, including the center console and tunnel”

From afar, the interior of the AMG G 63 looks pretty bland but a closer look at it reveals the complete opposite. Carbon fiber trim is the big star in this section as it adorns a significant amount of real estate in the cabin, including the center console and tunnel. The interior’s also dressed abundantly in black leather with contrast yellow stitching providing the matching look with the SUV’s exterior body paint. On the tech front, the tuner also installed an in-house speed camera update that can be integrated into the SUV’s Comand online navigation system.

That’s the extent of Poseidon’s work on the interior of the AMG G 63. It’s not mind-blowing, but it sure is effective in creating a unified look between the exterior and interior of the car.

Drivetrain


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“The end result is an output of 850 horsepower and 995 pound-feet of torque, staggering numbers even for an SUV as capable as the AMG G 63”

This is where Poseidon’s expertise comes into the forefront. The tuner is known for its engine upgrade programs so it’s no surprise that the AMG G 63 RS850 comes with an impressive engine tune of its own. At the heart of the upgrades is an remapped ECU unit and an uprated intake and intercooling system. Together, these components are joined by in-house upgraded turbochargers and a stainless steel sport exhaust system with sound damper control and free-flow sport catalytic converters.

The end result is an output of 850 horsepower and 995 pound-feet of torque, staggering numbers even for an SUV as capable as the AMG G 63. In fact, do the math and the resulting power actually adds 279 ponies and 335 pound-feet of twist into the mix from the SUV’s standard output of 571 horsepower and 560 pound-feet of torque.

“Those numbers translate to an incredible acceleration time from 0 to 62 mph in just 3.6 seconds to go with a top speed of 177 mph”

Those numbers translate to an incredible acceleration time from 0 to 62 mph in just 3.6 seconds to go with a top speed of 177 mph. Again, compare that to what a standard AMG G 63 is capable of and you’re looking at a much more capable SUV when it comes to accelerating off the block and reaching a higher top speed.

Check out the AMG G 63 RS 850’s performance capabilities by the numbers.

Model Horsepower Torque 0 to 62 MPH Top Speed
Mercedes-AMG G 63 RS850 by Posaidon 850 horsepower 995 pound-feet 3.6 seconds 177 mph

Chassis and Suspension


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Upgrades to the SUV’s chassis are also included in the program since it’s going to need one with that much extra power now available on that all-too familiar 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V-8 engine. With the engine mods in place, the tuner also threw in an adaptive damping system with three varying settings.

Pricing


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There’s no word yet on how much the program is going to cost, but you can expect it to be more than just a pretty penny. After all, a base AMG G 63 already costs upwards of $140,000 so to get that program on the car, you’re probably looking at a price point that’s in the neighborhood of $200,000, donor AMG G 63 included.

Competition

Mercedes-AMG G 65 900PS by Brabus


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If there ever was a tuner that can develop its own tuning kit for the AMG G 63 (or G 65 this case) and still look good doing it, Brabus is as good a choice as any. The German tuner actually presented a new program for the SUV a month ago and it featured a good amount of upgrades across numerous sections of the AMG G 65. Chief among these modifications is a carbon fiber wide-body kit that gives the G 65 a new look to appreciate.

It also received a “luxury overhaul” in the interior made up of different shades of fine leather to go with a reconstructing the configuration of the cabin to extend the center console all the way to the rear.

The most important upgrade though is on the SUV’s engine. See, Brabus wasn’t content with just playing around with the G 65’s 6.0-liter V-12 engine. Instead, it increased the displacement of the engine before proceeding on improving its engine mechanicals. The result is an output of 888 horsepower and a limited torque figure amounting to 885 pound-feet. That translates to a 0-to-62-mph sprint time of just 3.9 seconds to go with an increased top speed of 168 mph.

Read our full review on the 2017 Mercedes-AMG G 65 900PS by Brabus.

Conclusion


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There aren;’t that many tuners who are brave enough to develop a program for a car like the AMG G 63. On that measure alone, Posaidon’s RS 850 kit immediately checks a lot of boxes. It also helps that Posaidon has a reputation for building some impressive tuning projects in the past, and this doesn’t appear to be too different from any of its past works. It’s complete in the sense that it coves plenty of a customer’s “wants” and “needs” yet it still retains much of its AMG G 63 identity. It’s been said that the best tuners can adapt themselves to any car or situation. Consider this kit for the AMG G 63 as another example of the abilities of Posaidon as a full-fleged tuner of some of today’s most peerless exotics.

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PostHeaderIcon Need a Six-Door Electric SUV? Here’s Some Green4U

You may have heard of Panoz, a Georgia, U.S.-based automaker that builds custom road cars and their racing counterparts like the AIV Roadster and Esperante. You might even know the Panoz name from Don Panoz, the founder of the American Le Mans Series. But, it’s likely you’ve never heard of Green4U, the new parent company of Panoz. Though it sounds like a smoothie option at the local mall or landscaping company, Green4U is focused on building electric vehicles for taxi fleets, municipalities, the military, and the general public. The company has barely made it off the ground, having been founded in September 2016, but has several vehicles in the works. Two of them are six-door SUVs with all-electric drivetrains.

What’s more, Green4U claims they’ll both have a 230-mile electric range.

The SUV seen here is the MTU-6. It’s a Land Rover Defender-esque SUV that rides on an aluminum chassis and is built in-house in Green4U’s Georgia facility. The other SUV is the Enova. It also rides on the same aluminum chassis, but its body is tailored more towards the limousine and taxi service rather than the rugged outdoorsman with lots of friends. Green4U hasn’t divulged many details about either of its SUVs beyond the claimed 230-mile range. But, by the look of things, we’d bet 4WD will be included in the mix.

Jack Perkowski, Green4U Technologies CEO and co-founder, said, “Our engineers designed a lightweight and strong aluminum chassis and are optimizing electric drivetrains and systems to deliver the range and performance that fleet operators need. “We’re focusing on fleet operators because they understand how EVs can greatly lower their operating costs. A company that has fleet vehicles traveling 50,000 miles a year can save thousands of dollars through lower fuel and maintenance costs.” Green4U says pricing and detailed specs will be released “in the near future” and the MTU-6 and Enova will be available to customers by the summer of 2018.

Continue reading for more information.

Green4U MTU-6


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“The MTU-6 is a beastly looking SUV whose only off-road drawback is its excessive length and subsequent shallow break-over angle”

The MTU-6 is a beastly looking SUV whose only off-road drawback is its excessive length and subsequent shallow break-over angle. Otherwise, the MTU-6 has an aggressive front bumper with tow points, plenty of forward-facing lights, meaty tires, and a stout-looking rear end. Perhaps not by chance, the MTU-6 looks reminiscent of a Land Rover Defender, especially from the back side. There’s even a ladder to reach the roof basket for extra storage and a pintle hitch for towing trailers.

The MTU-6’s main feature is its six doors. This allows for easy access to the SUV’s three rows of seating. No one has to crawl over seats or fold into compromising positions to enter or exit. How dignified. Side steps constructed from diamond plate also help give a leg up into the high-riding rig.


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“Green4U says the MTU-6 will ride on a custom-built aluminum chassis designed to keep weight down and strength up”

Beyond the body, Green4U says the MTU-6 will ride on a custom-built aluminum chassis designed to keep weight down and strength up. There’s no word yet on the battery size, type, location, or even how many electric motors the MTU-6 has. The only hint Green4U has divulged is its targeted range of 230 miles on a single charge.

Green4U Enova


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“Unlike the MTU-6, the Enova is more focused for on-road applications”

Unlike the MTU-6, the Enova is more focused for on-road applications. For that reason, the Enova would likely outsell the MTU-6 should Green4U actually enter production with the pair. After all, Green4U’s target audience is fleet and taxi companies, so the Enova would likely be a better fit.

The Enova is said to share the MTU-6’s aluminum chassis and electric drivetrain, so the 230-mile range will be the same. Likewise, the Enova has six doors for easy entry and exiting. Who knows? Perhaps this will become the hot new limousine alongside the stretched Cadillac Escalade. Then again, prestige does go a long way to making a limousine respectable. Flashy chrome and big wheels are noticeably absent from the pre-production Enova Green4U is showing off.


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Regardless of their usefulness, the potential for mass production, or cost (which is still unknown), the electric SUV segment is certainly growing. Take the Bollinger B1, for example. It’s not a stretched limo, but it does have an all-electric powertrain with a 150- or 200-mile depending on the selected battery size. Its also got true off-road capability, a size that’s actually manageable in daily traffic, and will fit into a standard garage.

What do you think? Do you think Green4U is building the future of electric SUV limos, or will they fail in capturing the fleet, taxi, and limo market? Let us know in the comments below.

References

Land Rover Defender


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Read our full review on the current Land Rover Defender.

Bollinger B1


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Read our full review on the Bollinger B1.

PostHeaderIcon Of Course The Next Land Rover Defender Will Be Electrified

People might act surprised when automakers release a new fully electric vehicle or a hybrid version of an old favorite. Ford, for example, says a hybrid version of the F-150 is coming. There’s even talk of a hybrid Jeep Wrangler in the next few years. As such, it should come to nobody’s surprise that the next-generation Land Rover Defender will also have an electrified drivetrain. What exactly that entails, not even Land Rover has the specifics nailed down. Add to that Land Rover’s official statement confirming every one of its models will have an electrified version by 2020. So yeah, the next Defender will be electric in some way.

It would be a safe bet Land Rover will use a similar hybrid drivetrain found in the recently revealed Range Rover P400e and Range Rover Sport P400e. The system consists of a 2.0-liter four-cylinder mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission with an 85-kW electric motor sandwiched between. A 13.1-kWh lithium-ion battery supplies the power, while regenerative braking and engine power recharge the battery when in motion. When parked, a P400e’s battery is plugged in for charging. Impressively, both P400e versions have an all-electric range of 31 miles.

As for the new Defender, it’s reported to abandon the traditional body-on-frame design for Land Rover’s modern, aluminum-intensive unibody architecture. The Defender is expected to keep its tradition of a two-door soft-top and a four-door hard-top version. We’re just hoping it retains the boxy shape that’s made it an icon. Land Rover is expected to debut the Defender sometime in 2018 with production versions hitting dealerships worldwide in 2019.

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Why It Matters


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“Here’s the thing: EV and hybrid powertrains are here to stay”

Here’s the thing: EV and hybrid powertrains are here to stay. We’re not getting rid of them, and they will soon be found in virtually every vehicle type and category. Thankfully, with their proliferation, the tree-hugging and granola-eating stigma surrounding them will fade. In many respects, that’s already well underway. As a result, having a hybrid Land Rover Defender or Ford F-150 or Jeep Wrangler won’t be some assault to cultural norms. It’ll just be the new normal.

Of course, having a hybrid Defender brings several really positive aspects. First, the SUV won’t suck as much fuel and will cost less at the pump. Second, the low-end torque provided by the electric motors is perfect for off-roading. Third, having the battery packs located low in the SUV should help its on-road handling, too. It won’t be as top heavy or have the propensity to roll over during a crash.

“The hybrid powertrain will add cost, though nobody will be buying a Land Rover because it’s economical”

Naturally, there are downsides, too. The hybrid powertrain will add cost, though nobody will be buying a Land Rover because it’s economical. It also adds complexity. Though all modern vehicles are far trickier to repair under a shade tree, fixing a hybrid system should be left to the professionals. Then again, a full EV drivetrain has very few moving parts, are easily made watertight, and should have very little chance of “breaking down” without warning. That would certainly be a welcomed feature for those overlanding through the African plains or Amazonian jungles.

References

Land Rover Defender


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Read our full review on the current Land Rover Defender.

Land Rover Range Rover


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Read our full article on the 2018 Land Rover Range Rover P400e.


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Read our full article on the 2018 Land Rover Range Rover Sport P400e.

PostHeaderIcon Are You Ready For the 2019 Jeep Wrangler JL?

The 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL might not last long. In fact, the all-new Wrangler might only enjoy one month of production. But that’s not because Jeep is canning its multi-million dollar makeover of its bread-n-butter SUV, rather, Jeep will begin manufacturing 2019 model year Wranglers on January 2, 2018. Yep, only one month after the Wrangler JL arrives in showrooms; the 2018 model will make way for the upcoming model year – at least that’s according to an insider source for Allpar who is said to be reliable.

This is an unprecedented move by Jeep to begin production of the next model year so early within the calendar year. Generally, automakers wait until mid-summer to release the next model year, with the first big waves of stock hitting dealership showrooms in August and September. So why January 2? Well, January 1 is a holiday, making the 2nd the earliest legal date Jeep can build a 2019 production vehicle.

Putting the pieces from several rumors together, this could mean all 2018 Jeep Wrangler JLs will be the four-door Unlimited version. A past report suggested the two-door Wrangler wouldn’t arrive until February 2018. It also means the Wrangler JL-based pickup truck, the Scrambler, could begin production within the same 2019 model year.

That same insider source for Allpar had also broke news the current Jeep Wrangler JK will remain in production through March 2018. It was later confirmed by Jeep that the JK would overlap production of the JL into the 2018 calendar year. That will likely give Jeep the chance to deplete its stockpile of JK parts while smoothly transitioning into JL production and supplies for dealerships across North America and around the world.

References

Jeep Wrangler


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Read our full speculative review on the 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL.


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Read our full review on the 2017 Jeep Wrangler JK.

PostHeaderIcon Is This The next Jeep Wrangler Two-Door?

The next-generation Jeep Wrangler is nearing its debut date and the anticipation is nearing pandemonium. But before its unveiling expected at the 2017 L.A. Auto Show in late November, the sleuths at JLWranglerForums have rendered what they think the two-door Wrangler will look like. Codenamed JL, the 2018 Wrangler won’t be a dramatic departure from the current, 2007-2017 Wrangler JK, but rather an evolution of the iconic design that dates back to the 1941 Willys MB general purpose military vehicle. Nevertheless, the new Jeep will be brimming with updated technology, new powertrains, and tons of user-friendly features.

The Wrangler JL two-door rendering matches up quite well with the camouflaged test mules seen slogging around in different parts of the country. The short-wheelbase Jeep uses all the same design elements as its four-door brother, but with no rear doors. The two-door sill can seat five, though three across in the rear bench is a pinch and getting back there isn’t as easy without dedicated doors. But the plus side: the two-door Wrangler will be the off-roading champ of the JL lineup thanks to its shorter wheelbase (and therefore better break-over angle) and slightly lighter weight. Speaking of weight, a few of the Wrangler’s body panels are expected to be aluminum, though most of the body will be stamped from steel. And of course, the Wrangler will continue to use solid axles at each end, ride on coil springs, and have a body-on-frame construction – just as God intended.

The 2018 Wrangler JL does have a few exterior features worth mentioning. First, the front bumper has a new, more functional design. It might be limited to upper trim levels, but hopefully not. The daytime running lights and turn signals are incorporated into the front fenders. While it looks cool, the aftermarket will have to overcome this when designing stubby fenders for large-diameter tires. The engine bay vent is expected here, as well, nestled neatly behind the front fenders. A strong character line below the windows helps divide the Wrangler’s top and bottom halves. Last but not least, the rear bumper now holds the license plate – a big departure from the body-mounted plate on the CJs and Wranglers that have come before. And of course, those taillights are designed to look like Jerry Cans, a design feature Jeep first incorporated into the Renegade.

So, what do you think of this rendering of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL two-door? Will it be a big success? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

References

Jeep Wrangler


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Read our full speculative review on the 2018 Jeep Wrangler.


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Read our full review on the current 2017 Jeep Wrangler.


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Read more Jeep news.

PostHeaderIcon 4WD Systems Are More Complex Than You Think

The Ford F-150 Raptor is the undisputed king of off-roading pickups – at least in the full-size segment. And now with the Raptor having entered its second generation for 2017, Ford upped the ante with whiz-bang tech that makes this Baja blaster even more capable in nearly every driving condition. Much of that tech centers on the Raptor’s 4WD system. But rather than some dogleg shifter protruding from the floor, the Raptor’s transfer case is multi-talented. It can be both 4WD and AWD, not to mention having modes for RWD and neutral. Hang on to your thinking caps, kids.

In order to make the Raptor a true all-terrain monster – meaning good on-road performance and good off-road performance no matter the type of terrain – Ford developed a special transfer case that intelligently distributes power to where it’s needed. There are four main modes, all of which are electronically controlled via both the dash-mounted knob and the Raptor’s drive modes. While the Raptor is the only vehicle that currently employs this exact system, other vehicles have had similar drivetrain setups with automatic 4WD. General Motors debuted its Autotrac system in the late 1990s. It could operate in RWD, 4WD, or a 4WD Auto mode. Likewise, the Toyota 4Runner offers a full-time 4WD system with a similar operation, minus a RWD mode. Technically speaking, this means the 4Runners has a full-time 4WD system rather than a part-time 4WD system. Land Rovers are perhaps the best-known SUV for having a full-time 4WD system. All come standard with a computer-controlled full-time system that diverts power to whatever wheels have traction. Many models go a step further by adding a 4WD Low range, which uses different gears within the transfer case to multiply torque that’s sent to the wheels. 4WD Low is best for low-speed crawling or pulling a heavy load at low speeds over a short distance, like recovering a stuck vehicle or pulling a tree off a trail.

But how’s the 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor’s 4WD system work? Glad you asked; Keep reading for more – and that informative video from Engineering Explained.

Breaking Down the Raptor’s 4WD System

The 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor has four main 4WD setting. These encompass both electronic setting and gear selections within the computer-controlled transfer case. These settings are 2 High, 4 Auto, 4 High, and 4 Low.

“The 2017 Ford F-150 Raptor has four main 4WD setting”

Naturally, 2 High sends power only to the rear wheels, regardless of wheel slip. However, the magic starts happening in 4 Auto. This mode engages the locking front hubs so the front axle shafts, differential, and drive shaft are spinning the same speed as the front tires. A wet multi-plate clutch inside the T-case is left as the sole break in connection to the engine’s torque. Should wheel slip occur and the computer determines more traction is needed, this clutch can partially or fully engage to send power to the front wheels. 4 Auto is great for bad weather conditions like rain or snow. Not only does it provide extra traction, but that multi-plate clutch allows for slip between the front and rear axles. Without this slip, the driveline can bind under pressure, which causes wheel scrub on dry pavement. Obviously, this isn’t good for either the driveline components or tires.


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4 High completely locks the 4WD system into use. Like an old-school transfer case, this mode equally splits engine power to the front and rear axles – something that’s called a 50/50 torque split. This is great for off-roading, since wheel spin does not affect the power delivery between the axles. This mode can also be engaged, disengaged, and used at any speed.

4 Low is for more serious off-road situations. The transfer case uses different gears to multiply engine torque to provide greater turning force at each wheel. This is great for rock crawling, climbing a steep hill, or pulling something heavy like a boat out of the water at a boat ramp. But because of this torque multiplication and gearing limitations, 4 Low isn’t for going fast. Most vehicles with 4 Low engaged top out around 25 to 30 mph, with some even lower.


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While the Ford Raptor isn’t the first to employ a full-time 4WD system with a 2WD mode, it certainly has the most complex and feature-laden. That’s part of why the second-generation Raptor is so good.

The Confusing Terminology

Asking someone to explain the difference between 4WD and AWD – or even full-time and part-time 4WD – is often met with a blank stare. Hopefully, this will clear things up.

“Part-time 4WD is the oldest and least advanced type of 4WD system”

Part-Time 4WD: This is the oldest and least advanced type of 4WD system in vehicles like trucks and traditional SUVs. It uses a transfer case that only engages the front axle when the driver shifts it into gear, hints the name “part-time.” In regular driving, only two wheels are turning (most commonly, the rear wheels). When 4WD is engaged, the transfer case is locked into a 50/50 torque split, with the engine’s power equally divided between the front and rear axles. Low-range gears allow for torque multiplication, increasing torque to the wheels. Modern vehicles that use this system include the Jeep Wrangler and pickups with manually operated transfer cases like the Ram Power Wagon.


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Full-Time 4WD: This 4WD system is similar to all-wheel drive (AWD) in that all four wheels are getting engine power almost all the time. However, unlike AWD, a full-time 4WD system offers low-range gears. The driver makes the choice if/when to engage 4 Low. Vehicles like Land Rover Discovery, Range Rover, and the higher-spec Toyota 4Runners mentioned above use this type of 4WD system.

“Yet even with these 4WD and AWD systems neatly categorized, there are some systems that defy these classifications.”

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All-Wheel Drive: An AWD system powers all four wheels regardless of road or weather conditions. While AWD systems can vary the percentage of torque split between the front and rear axles, the system never disconnects one axle or another. More modern systems like Subaru’s Symmetrical AWD system even actively vary the percentage of torque split between the left and right, sending power to the outside wheel in a turn, helping the vehicle rotate around a curve. This is called torque vectoring.


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Part-Time AWD: Many of today’s crossover and AWD cars use a part-time AWD system. This type of system allows all four wheels to receive power, but automatically and seamlessly disconnects one of the axles to boost fuel economy. After all, turning extra components and wheels uses fuel. The 2017 Jeep Compass is offered with two types of AWD/4WD systems beyond its base front-wheel-drive configuration. The available Active Drive system defaults to FWD mode in normal driving conditions, but will send power to all four wheels if traction becomes an issue – all with no driver intervention. Active Drive does offer a “4WD Lock” mode the driver can engage should he desire the rear axle to remain under power.

Yet even with these 4WD and AWD systems neatly categorized, there are some systems that defy these classifications. The 2017 Jeep Compass’ other 4WD system, Active Drive Low, is a perfect example. Not only is it a part-time AWD system, but it also incorporates low-range gearing. This means ADL hovers between a part-time AWD system and a part-time 4WD system. Technically, it could be classified as an automatic part-time 4WD system. Boy, this does get tricky, right?

So, what do you think? Did you learn anything about AWD and 4WD systems? Let us know in the comments below.

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PostHeaderIcon This All-Terrain RV Trailer Is Built to Follow Your 4×4

Overlanding has exploded in popularity and people the world over are getting into the hobby. But traveling long distances over rough terrain for hundreds of miles isn’t easy – especially when trying to bring all the comforts of modern-day glamping. That’s where Bruder comes in. This Australian firm has developed a highly sophisticated travel trailer built to withstand sever off-road environments and follow where only hard-core SUVs and pickups dare travel.

It’s called the Bruder EXP-6 and it boasts a body-on-frame construction with automotive-grade rubber body mounts that isolate chassis vibrations from the 30 millimeter-thick composite body. A four-wheel independent suspension uses unique control arms that are independently sprung via an air suspension. The suspension can be individually controlled, allowing the camper to be raised, lowered, and leveled, all from a smartphone app. The Bruder rides on mud-terrain tires for maximum grip and even features an electric recovery winch and tow hooks should things get stuck.

Inside, there’s room for six people thanks to the pop-up roof, folding couches, and queen-size bed. There’s a full kitchen and bathroom, complete with a sink, stove, fridge/freezer, toilet, washbasin, and shower. Naturally, the EXP-6 has air conditioning and heat to keep travelers comfy. Surprisingly, the trailer only weights around 4,200 pounds, so it’s within the weight class of most SUVs. Surprisingly, its price tag is within the reach of most folks in the market for an up-scale camper. It retails for $105,000 in Australia, which currently converts to $83,400 U.S. dollars. Best of all, the Bruder is available world-wide, meaning anyone with enough coin can travel the world behind their SUV.

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PostHeaderIcon Toyota is Killing The FJ Cruiser Three Years After It Leaves U.S.

Toyota is ending production of the FJ Cruiser more than a decade after the retro-styled SUV hit U.S. shores. But, if you’re like most, you thought the FJ Cruiser was dead since 2014 when it stopped sitting in Toyota showrooms here in the U.S. However, that’s not the case as the 4Runner-based SUV has been on-sale in Toyota’s home market of Japan. Toyota isn’t giving the FJ Cruiser a loveless ending, though. The automaker is releasing a special edition of the FJ Cruiser appropriately dubbed the “Final Edition.”

The FJ Cruiser Final Edition is a Japan-only model and comes in a single color option: Beige. The spartan interior also gets the beige treatment with beige center sections on the cloth seats and beige trim on the dashboard. Other changes include 20-inch alloy wheels, black side steps, and that cool JDM mirror on the front fender. Toyota isn’t changing anything with the drivetrain – and why would it? The FJ Cruiser has soldiered on for a decade with that tired 4.0-liter V-6 and five-speed automatic transmission. 4WD is most likely standard, but at the very least, is an option. Of course, the FJ Crusier’s most endearing quality is its ruggedness afforded by its body-on-frame construction, solid rear axle, independent front suspension, and its part-time 4WD system. An honest SUV was hidden under that retro bodywork and awkward interior. It was the FJ’s weirdness that both gained it a loyal following and ultimately brought its demise. Sales exceeding 55,000 in 2006 and 2007 quickly nosedived during the recession of 2008 and never recovered. Toyota only managed to sell 14,718 in 2014, making the bean counters’ decision to axe the SUV within the U.S. an easy one. Compare that to the 4Runner’s U.S. sales in 2014 of nearly 77,000 and its sales in 2016 of 112,000. It’s clear which body-on-frame SUV Toyota customers wanted.

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PostHeaderIcon Ford Won’t Revive the F-150 Lightning But This Dealership Did

Truck fans will instantly recognize the Lightning name – it belongs to Ford and its two generations of performance-minded F-150s from back in the 1990s and early 2000s. These were short-bed, single-cab trucks with lowered suspensions and big V-8s under their hoods. Sadly, Ford dropped the F-150 Lightning in 2004 and has since kept its SVT team busy with the F-150 Raptor. That’s left the street performance pickup niche rather cold, with only the 2014 F-150 Tremor showing any signs of hope.

But like in the late 1960s, a dealership has launched its own performance upgrade for the current Ford F-150.

Pioneer Ford in Bremen, Georgia put together an “F-150 Lightning Tribute” that turns a single-cab, short-bed F-150 into a 650-horsepower monster with a side exhaust, 22-inch wheels with street rubber, and a Roush supercharger bolted to that 5.0-liter Coyote V-8. Yep, it’s got the right number of cylinders and none of that EcoBoost stuff under the hood. It doesn’t get any more American than this!

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PostHeaderIcon Land Rover Discovery SVX

Land Rover has finally debuted its concept of what the hard-core off-road Discovery SVX will be when it enters production in 2018. The long-rumored SVX version of the new Disco is the latest creation from Land Rover’s in-house skunkworks and customizer, Special Vehicle Operations, otherwise known as SVO. Designed to handle even worse terrain than a standard Discovery, the SVX boasts an upgraded suspension with more flex and ride height, restyled bumpers for improved approach and departure angles, exposed tow hooks, and even a recovery winch mounted in the rear bumper. Naturally, the interior is given a flair of outdoorsy extremism.

The Discovery SVX project takes inspiration from the classic Camel Trophy and G4 Challenge events, which used to pit man and machine against incredible odds in extended cross-country driving through remote areas with basically no roads. While both off-road events have been dead since 2000 and 2008, respectively, Land Rover has tried to infuse that adventurous spirit into the Discovery SVX. Perhaps one day we’ll see Land Rover organize another G4 Challenge, but until then, let’s check out its new Discovery SVX.

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PostHeaderIcon Ford Ranger Black Edition

Ford is headed to the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show and is bringing an impressive lineup with it, one of which is a special edition of Europe’s best-selling pickup truck, the Ford Ranger. It may not look the part at first glance, but the Ford Ranger Black Edition is just that, thanks in part to a limited production of just 2,500 examples across the continent. Of course, it comes dressed in black, hence the name “Black Edition.”

It’s fitting that Ford is bringing a special edition Ranger with it to Frankfurt. The pickup, after all, is regarded as Europe’s best-selling pickup, a title it has earned after posting record sales this year, including 23,100 units sold in July 2017 alone. What better way to celebrate the Ranger’s status than by dressing it up, slapping on new exterior detailing, dialing up on the standard features, and then showcasing it at one of the world’s biggest auto shows. It’s a good move that adds an extra layer of intrigue into the Ranger Black Edition, even though there’s not much about the pickup that counts as an “exclusive” other than the selling point of it coming in “all black” garb. Still, it should make for an interesting vehicle in Frankfurt. And considering the Ranger’s popularity in Europe, Ford shouldn’t have any problems selling the 2,500-unit inventory of the special edition.

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PostHeaderIcon Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Makes Racing Debut At Best in the Desert

The Chevy Colorado ZR2 will finally have a chance to prove its off-road chops in a sanctioned race this weekend. Chad Hall of Hall Racing will drive a moderately modified 2017 Chevy Colorado ZR2 in the General Tire “Vegas to Reno” portion of the Best in the Desert racing series. The 550-mile, off-road race will trek through the Nevada desert starting at Las Vegas on Friday, August 19 and end in Reno on Sunday morning. More than 350 vehicles will compete in what’s regarded as the longest and most grueling off-road race within American borders.

But even folks who aren’t into racing should like this news: Chevy is working with Hall Racing and will closely monitor the Colorado ZR2 and its array of custom parts. Should they perform well, they have a potential to get bolted to a future version of the Colorado ZR2. Russ O’Blenes, the director of GM’s Performance Variants, Parts and Motorsports division said, “The components being tested on this truck are ultimately intended to take the already-exceptional off-road capability of the Colorado to the next level. Racing them allows us to quickly understand their performance attributes and reliability in the extreme environment of off-road racing, ensuring the highest performing components for Colorado customers.”

So, what parts are custom and how much of this ZR2 is stock? Keep reading to find out.

PostHeaderIcon Holy Toledo! 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL Breaks Cover

Well, it’s finally happened – the 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL has been spotted without camouflage. The next-generation Jeep was reportedly spotted inside Jeep’s Toledo assembly plant and sent to our friends at JLWranglerForums. The grainy photo was undoubtedly not supposed to be taken, as evidenced by the limited view it affords of the new Wrangler Unlimited. Still, there are plenty of details to pour over.

First, it’s clear this is a four-door Wrangler Unlimited, otherwise known as the JLU. It’s lack of badging, knobby tires, and rock rails suggests this is a Sport model, though its hood features vents – a previous sign of an upper-class model or special edition. The windshield bump-stops on the hood have been redesigned, too. Also visible is the side vent integrated just behind the front fender. It’s smaller than anticipated, but thankfully doesn’t distract from the Wrangler’s classic lines. And speaking of lines, the cowling panel and doors have strong creases, helping break up the flat, vertical sides seen on the previous Wrangler JK. New side mirrors are present, too, with integrated turn signals. Gone are the push-button door handles, replaced with pull-style handles in black. The front fenders carry a new shape and appear molded from richer, higher-quality plastic. This particular Jeep has the soft top option, which we’re glad still exists. Unfortunately, the photos don’t show much of the interior, beyond the black seats covered in protective plastic. Of course, at this rate, we’ll have a full view of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL long before its official debut at the 2017 LA Auto Show in November.

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PostHeaderIcon Juicy Jeep Wrangler JL Details Leaked, Including Full-Time 4WD!

Fiat Chrysler can’t keep the cat in the bag with its upcoming 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL. The latest leak is massive in scale, unloading details of trim packages, paint colors, and order codes, complete with all their corresponding options. The info comes straight from FCA’s online dealership ordering system via the fan forum JLWranglerForums. Image screenshots confirm the authenticity while giving an unprecedented glimpse at what Jeep’s internal operations. This leaves only the final design, engine output specs, and MSRP to speculation. But with the Wrangler’s debut scheduled for the LA Auto Show in November, there’s still plenty of time for more leaks.

Leading this batch of leaks is the addition of a power-retractable soft top, the conformation of the 2.0-liter four-cylinder and 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V-6, the axing of the luxury-minded Sahara trim for the two-door Wrangler, and the debut of a full-time 4WD system reserved exclusively for the four-door Sahara. Jeep purists shouldn’t fret, though – the Sport and Rubicon trims return, along with an optional Heavy Duty Electrical Group (supposedly for running extra lights and a CB radio), and something called the “Trail Rail Management System.” Six tire and four wheel options are present, too, with wheels sized at 17 and 18 inches. Seven color choices will be offered, along with the return of a tan soft top. The AEK Electronic Infotainment System Group includes Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, and Alpine returns as the premium audio system.

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PostHeaderIcon Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon Hard Rock – Driven

Jeep is hardly the oldest automaker, but it’s arguably one of the most iconic. Its premier vehicle, the Wrangler, is slathered in blue-blooded Americana and glorified war history that transcends our continent and into every corner of the globe. Show anybody anywhere that seven-slotted grille and round headlights, and you’ll be rewarded with “Jeep!”

It’s no secret Jeep is completely revamping the Wrangler for 2018, giving it new life with more creature comforts and technology while not diluting any of its rugged off-road capabilities. But before that happens, we’re talking a close look at the current version, the Wrangler JK. It debuted in 2007 and has undergone relatively few changes. Jeep upgraded the interior in 2011 and swapped in the 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 in 2012 to replace the lazy 3.8-liter V-6. Beyond that, Jeep has relied on special editions to keep the Wrangler fresh. But despite the on-paper stagnation, the Wrangler has exploded in popularity. Jeep went from selling 80,000 Wrangler TJs in 2006 to 202,702 Wrangler JKs in 2015. Much of that can likely be attributed to the Wrangler Unlimited, the four-door version of the two-door SUV. Families could finally justify a Wrangler for both commuting and weekend getaways. Then came the explosion in aftermarket support from companies solely devoted to selling custom parts for the Wrangler. The Jeep community grew and folks hopped on the bandwagon. And who wouldn’t? Just look at it. Read along as I attempt to objectively revaluate a vehicle I’ve been passionate about since the 4.0-liter inline-six was the engine of choice.

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PostHeaderIcon Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon Hard Rock – Driven

Jeep is hardly the oldest automaker, but it’s arguably one of the most iconic. Its premier vehicle, the Wrangler, is slathered in blue-blooded Americana and glorified war history that transcends our continent and into every corner of the globe. Show anybody anywhere that seven-slotted grille and round headlights, and you’ll be rewarded with “Jeep!”

It’s no secret Jeep is completely revamping the Wrangler for 2018, giving it new life with more creature comforts and technology while not diluting any of its rugged off-road capabilities. But before that happens, we’re talking a close look at the current version, the Wrangler JK. It debuted in 2007 and has undergone relatively few changes. Jeep upgraded the interior in 2011 and swapped in the 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 in 2012 to replace the lazy 3.8-liter V-6. Beyond that, Jeep has relied on special editions to keep the Wrangler fresh. But despite the on-paper stagnation, the Wrangler has exploded in popularity. Jeep went from selling 80,000 Wrangler TJs in 2006 to 202,702 Wrangler JKs in 2015. Much of that can likely be attributed to the Wrangler Unlimited, the four-door version of the two-door SUV. Families could finally justify a Wrangler for both commuting and weekend getaways. Then came the explosion in aftermarket support from companies solely devoted to selling custom parts for the Wrangler. The Jeep community grew and folks hopped on the bandwagon. And who wouldn’t? Just look at it. Read along as I attempt to objectively revaluate a vehicle I’ve been passionate about since the 4.0-liter inline-six was the engine of choice.

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PostHeaderIcon 2017 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon: Highs & Lows

If ever there were a vehicle that could be described as “ionic,” the Jeep CJ/Wrangler would be it. It’s overall shape hasn’t changed much since the U.S. entered WWII in 1941, and neither has its off-road capability. The current version, the Wrangler JK, has been around a decade now, having debuted for the 2007 model year. By now you know Jeep is readying its replacement with the 2018 Wrangler JL – an SUV rumored to be far superior to the JK in nearly every way, both in on-road comfort and off-road ability. But before the last new JK rolls off its Ohio assembly line, I spent a week living with one of the most hard-core versions: the Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon Hard Rock.

Now, if you’ve been living under a rock and have to ask yourself what makes a Rubicon Hard Rock, take the time to read my explanation. For the rest of us, we can explore the Wrangler’s highs and low – its loveable characteristics and loathsome traits. The Jeep certainly has both, and you’d better be fully aware of each should you purchase one, much like the 191,774 customers did in the U.S. in 2016 alone. Of course, these are just my opinions, so feel free to tell me yours in the comments below.

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PostHeaderIcon 2018 Jeep Wrangler To Debut At LA Auto Show

The upcoming and highly anticipated 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL will debut at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show in late November. That’s the official word from Jeep CEO Mike Manley, originating from an interview with Auto Express. What’s more, Manley confirmed the Wrangler will have a hybrid powertrain option, the details of which will be announced before the end of 2017. Thankfully, the Wrangler will still have the rugged looks and off-road capability of the current Wrangler JK we’ve come to love, but with healthy updates to both styling details and interior NVH.

“It’s definitely going to move the game along but you will absolutely know it’s a Wrangler – for sure! If we did anything that departed from the Wrangler formula I don’t think I’d be able to get out of the States,” said Manley, a native of Great Britain. It’s clear the next-generation Wrangler will have a familiar shape thanks to numerous spy shots of prototype vehicles seen scurrying around Detroit.
However, improvements to the Wrangler’s everyday livability will be a welcomed addition. “You’ll be really surprised how far we’ve been able to move things in terms of capability, fuel economy, ride comfort, noise and all of those things, said Mike Manley. “I’m very pleased with where it is.”

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PostHeaderIcon What Makes a Rubicon Hard Rock?

This week has a 2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon Hard Rock in my driveway. It’s a mouthful of a name, but its title is nothing compared to the laundry list of upgraded equipment bolted to this hard-core SUV. Things like rock rails, a heat-reduction hood, mud tires, and locking differentials just scratch the surface. As such, I wanted to take a deep dive into what constitutes a Rubicon trim – and the subsequent Hard Rock model – of the venerable Jeep Wrangler JK.

The current Jeep Wrangler, codenamed JK, has been around since 2007. The JK revolutionized the Wrangler with the addition of a four-door model called the Wrangler Unlimited. Since its introduction, the Wrangler JK has undergone minimal changes. An improved interior came for 2011 followed by the then-new 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 in 2012. Beyond that, only special edition models have kept the Wrangler fresh. Of course, Jeep is selling plenty of JKs, so there’s not much need to change. In fact, the Wrangler’s best year was 2015 when 202,702 Wranglers found homes in the U.S. alone. Jeep also sold 20,880 JKs in Canada that year, along with thousands more in markets around the world. But the JK’s days are numbered. Jeep is rolling out an all-new Wrangler for 2018, codenamed the JL. However, that doesn’t discount the awesomeness that is the current Wrangler Rubicon Hard Rock. Keep reading to find out why.

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PostHeaderIcon Aston Martin Lagonda SUV

The Aston Martin Lagonda was a luxurious sports saloon that was in constant production from 1974 to 1990, covering four different generations or “series.” Then in 2009, Aston Martin talked about reviving the Lagonda name, and to do so, brought out an SUV-ish concept that was, well, kinda ugly. It did get some good reviews as well, but for the most part, it wasn’t exactly up to par with anything else on the market. It was slated for production at one point toward 2012 when Aston expressed interest in bringing it to market in places like China, but once CEO Dr. Ulrich Bez was no longer in the picture, the Lagonda name was then rescheduled to be its own marque – one that can be found in the latest Lagonda Tarif – a fine vehicle in its own right. However the market is constantly changing, and coupe-ish SUVs are becoming more of a thing, and that’s why you’re looking at our latest rendering of a new Aston Martin Lagonda.

Essentially a mix of several models combined together, we’ve got the tall roofline muscular and defined rear haunches, a little bit of DB11 DNA, and a much larger version of the DB11’s grille design with a massive emphasis on height. Needless to say, our rendering artist has much better taste than whoever was responsible for that Lagonda SUV concept of 2009. To put it simply, this one isn’t ugly at all. Let’s dive into the rendering and take a much closer look at what’s going on here.

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