Chinese company G. Patton has unveiled a 6×6 variant of the Jeep Wrangler that it has dubbed the Tomahawk.
The car was on display at the Chengdu Auto Show earlier this month and according to Car News China, in order to create the Tomahawk, G. Patton cut the American off-roader behind the C-pillar and then added an enclosed bed from a bakkie.
The engine in this angry looking off-roader is a Pentastar 3.6-liter V6 engine with a supercharger but no performance figures have been released.
A set of 17-inch alloy wheels with 35-inch Mickey Thompson rubber has been added and a remote-controlled electric winch has been installed. Other than the front fascia and grille and some tweaks to the rear the vehicle’s exterior hasn’t departed from the Wrangler’s much.
The interior remains standard Jeep with this display model bathed in orange surfaces and leather.
If the G. Patton Tomahawk does make its way into production, it will be sold exclusively in China, which may be a good thing, because it appears that despite perhaps wanting to go for a look similar to the Mercedez-Benz G63 AMG 6×6, on close inspection the workmanship on this Jeep conversion appears to be shoddy – something that Mercedez-Benz could never be accused of.