Impressive Jeep Wrangler Hellcat 6×6 up for Auction
A Hellcat-powered Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 6×6 is a beast of a vehicle, and it could soon be yours. Appropriately nicknamed the Inferno, this vehicle is up for auction from June 26th to June 29th at the Barrett-Jackson Northeast auction.
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What makes the Inferno unique
Based on the 2016 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 75th Anniversary Hard Rock Edition, the Inferno is an impressive creation. Thanks to the work of Exotic Custom Motorsports, this vehicle both looks cool and gives a great ride.
With an Inferno Red finish, it’s hard to imagine the Inferno going by any other name. The other custom features of the exterior are the roof rack with LED light bars, the carbon-fiber grille, and the wheel-arch extensions. The vehicle also has a total of six 35-inch tires and a 5-inch lift kit.
Looking inside the vehicle, the Inferno has a 6.2-liter Dodge Hellcat engine V8, which has either 707 or 750 horsepower. These two horsepower estimations come from the Barrett-Jackson auction house and Exotic Custom Motorsports, respectively. Either way, the vehicle definitely packs a lot of power.
For additional safety, the vehicle also has a bonus axle with brakes and custom steel bumpers. These bumpers are fitted with a front winch and tow hooks. Despite being based on a 2016 model, the Inferno also only has 125 miles on the odometer, so it hasn’t been overused.
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If all these features have you revving your engine in anticipation, be sure to register yourself to bid at the 2019 Barrett-Jackson Northeast auction. With all the exciting customization that the vehicle has, the Inferno will likely be a hot item at the Connecticut event.
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