Jeep Renegade Hell's Revenge show car gets Harley-Davidson treatment

Jeep's exclusive Renegade 'Hell's Revenge' reveals a hot new look as a tribute to Harley-Davidson owners.

This unique customised Jeep Renegade, so-called 'Hell's Revenge', has made its debut at the Harley-Davidson 25th European H.O.G. Rally in Portoroz, Slovenia.

Jeep will showcase the personalised model, developed by Garage Italia Customs (GIC), to celebrate its partnership with Harley-Davidson at the event.

The exclusive model is hailed as a 'tribute to Harley owners', emblazoned with the recognisable flames created with the same airbrushing technique used on motorbikes. Special paint on the interior carries the flame motif over onto the dashboard, where it’s complimented by the Foglizzo Nappa leather and black denim seats. The two LED spotlights on the windscreen add to the beastly look. 

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Other adaptations to the fiery show car include special technical equipment to improve off-road capability, such as a suspension lift kit, personalised skid plate and modified BF Goodrich tyres.

The 'Hell's Revenge' model opened the traditional parade of bikes that marked the start of the Harley-Davidson H.O.G. Rally on 16 June.

What do you think of the Jeep Renegade 'Hell's Revenge'? Let us know in the comments below...


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