Jeep Willys "Army Armageddon" Looks Like a Widebody Brick

Slammed Jeep Willys rendering 4 photos
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"Why would anybody do this to a Jeep Willys, even as a rendering?" I hear you asking. Well, if you spend enough time on the Internet and you have a thing for cars, you know that the correct answer is a good old "Why Not?".
Sure, the Willys has played its military part well, serving both the country and its maker in the long run. But its utilitarian side is precisely why certain aficionados use it as the starting point for a build, since this guarantees the result will stand out.

It's worth noting that many of these projects aren't built for aesthetic reasons only, as we're talking about drag racers.

In fact, those who follow drag racing events might be familiar with the various quarter-mile-friendly Willys projects and here's an example of such a contraption.

Of course, with this rendering coming from one of the pioneers of the genre (more on this below), it pushes things past anything we've seen in the past.

So while we can't be sure of the engine compartment's contents, the bits we can see make for one wacky mix.

As such, the Jeep is not just slammed (don't worry, it's probably an air setup that allows the driver to raise the vehicle), but sits on a modded version of the famous Porsche Fuchs wheels, whose extra-fat custom lips are quite something.

The said rolling goodies sit inside wider arches, while the WB Kit is completed by the lower front fascia, which holds a (ready for it?) generous splitter.

A complete redesign was introduced for the posterior of the Willys. And while the LED lights bring a simple take, the lower setup gets a bit more complex, quadruple exhaust, carbon aero and all.

Perhaps the uber-low nature of the car has convinced Yasid Oozeear, the digital artist responsible for this virtual build, that the risk of rollover is extremely limited, which could explain the lack of a windshield and a roll cage.

In fact, the cabin has plenty of surprises, which you can notice by zooming in on the Instagram post below.

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In his quest to bring you the most impressive automotive creations, Andrei relies on learning as a superpower. There's quite a bit of room in the garage that is this aficionado's heart, so factory-condition classics and widebody contraptions with turbos poking through the hood can peacefully coexist.
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