Jeep Wrangler: The Gray Wolf
The kind of unfathomable natural terrain I was climbing from inside the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited in a remote ranch in Texas, USA. The place was full of rocks, boulders, slush and a dry river bed. This is quite simply the best-looking SUV I have seen in my life. Not even Ford with the Mustang or even Chrysler with the Challenger have done such a great take on retro-modern as is the Jeep Wrangler. That grille, the hooks to lock the bonnet, those fenders over the front tyres, those exposed hinges and rivets are all as much automotive porn as a Lamborghini Aventador Jota.
But then, that’s mere stunning design. I will tell you what’s also tunning. Remember how stunned you were when you first learnt how babies are made? And it had nothing to do with god or shooting stars? You will be more stunned at the amount of wheel articulation possible in the Wrangler. I noticed the Wrangler ahead of me staying nearly level with the terrain below literally wringing the axle like it were a piece of cloth in the hands of a dhobi washing clothes by the river.