Jeep Gladiator LINE-X debuts with half-size doors
The SEMA 2019 show may be over, but neglecting to tell you about this custom Jeep Gladiator LINE-X just wouldn’t do, so here goes!
Created by U.S. tuner Zero to 60 Designs, the truck’s main exterior feature probably comes in the form of the half-height doors – the Wrangler has had these as an option for quite some time now, but the Gladiator has always been missing out.
Another major highlight is the custom body kit, which includes widened fenders with integrated LED stripes, a ventilated ‘power dome’ hood, a new front apron with a winch, and a bulky rear add-on with a tow hook. The truck bed is now reliably shielded from elements and inlaid with a soft material.
The truck rides on Rhino beadlock rims wrapped in meaty Nexen Offroad rubber. The suspension benefits from FOX Components and is distinctly taller than stock.
The powertrain of the Jeep Gladiator LINE-X stays stock, unless you count the MagnaFlow exhaust system. The cabin, on the other hand, has been fully re-trimmed to match the exterior in style.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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