If you’re in the market for a Dodge Demon but also want something you can take up the side of a mountain during your weekends, this highly modified Jeep Gladiator is right up your alley. It’s powered by a supercharged V8 from a Dodge Challenger Demon, which sends power to all four wheels via the eight-speed automatic from the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk. But the engine isn’t the only thing this Jeep Gladiator has going for it, as America’s Most Wanted 4×4, the shop that built it, also gave it plenty of mods to handle and produce that power with peace of mind.
Demon-Powered Jeep Gladiator: Details
According to duPont Registry, after adding the supercharged Demon crate engine that produces 840 horsepower and 77 lb-ft of torque, AMW 4×4 added upgraded cooling, braking, and suspension components to ensure this highly modified truck works as if it came from the factory. Outside of the body of the Jeep Gladiator, very little remains of the original truck, as most of its major components have been swapped out for stronger aftermarket ones. This 2022 Jeep Gladiator is finished in Firecracker Red and shows just 500 miles on the Odometer, so it’s pretty much brand new.
Unfortunately, as with big project builds like this, it’ll come at a price. If you’re asking yourself how much, you likely can’t afford it, as AMW 4×4 listed the Gladiator with a $209,995 USD asking price. Other awesome features added to the 2022 Jeep Gladiator by AMW 4×4 include:
- Demon Branding | Headlamp Package
- Integrated Turn Signals: Amber | Halos: Amber Demon Eye
- Paint Matched Bezel
- Premium Interior | AMW 840 Package
- Perforation Inlay Design | AMW 840
- Embossed Branding
- Willys Tribute: Paint Matched Dash
- Mopar 3.0″ Exhaust Manifold Kit: Ceramic Coating
The specific lift on the Gladiator isn’t mentioned in the vehicle’s description; however, with 17-inch beadlock wheels and Maxxis 40×13.50R17LT tires, it’s clear there is one. If you’re willing to take off-road with its price tag, this thing shouldn’t have any problems getting up any boulders one may come across.