This Jeep Renegade is Flaming Hot, Celebrates 25th European H.O.G. Rally

Baptized Hell’s Revenge and designed by Garage Italia Customs, this Jeep Renegade has Harley-Davidson blood running through its veins. The one-off creation made its debut at the 25th European H.O.G. Rally.
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H.O.G., as I’m sure you know, stands for Harley Owners Group. With millions of club members scattered across this big blue planet, H.O.G. holds the title of largest factory-sponsored riding club in the world. In a similar way to Harley-Davidson owners, people who drive Jeeps are also bound by the values of freedom and adventure. Now let’s talk about the car.

Flames are a key element of personalization, the type of visual add-on that oozes freewheeling. Airbrushed flames on the fuel tank are pretty damn popular among Harley-Davidson riders, so guess what? Fire is on the menu on this occasion as well. The fluorescent flames were applied over four layers of a matte paint base and the details are pretty good if you ask me. For protection, transparent fluo paint has been applied.

The flaming makeover continues on the dashboard of this one-of-a-kind Jeep Renegade. Look closely, and you’ll also spot black denim and Foglizzo Nappa leather on the seats. To further highlight the uniqueness of the subcompact-sized Jeep, the Hell’s Revenge is adorned with a lot of custom-made features.

Highlights include a suspension lift kit and special alloy rims combined with modified BF Goodrich tires, a skid plate that reads Jeep H-D Icons, and two teeny-tiny LED spotlights. Even though it doesn't look like it, the supports for the spotlights were made by the craftsmen at Garage Italia Customs. So what’s underhood?

Jeep sort of forgot to mention that particular information, but fret not. Look at the picture of the cabin. Can you see that the tachometer goes up to 6,000 rpm? It pains me to say it, but the Hell’s Revenge is powered by Satan’s fuel [no pun intended]. Mind you, the 168 HP 2.0-liter oil burner in the Trailhawk isn’t bad at all.
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About the author: Mircea Panait
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After a 1:43 scale model of a Ferrari 250 GTO sparked Mircea's interest for cars when he was a kid, an early internship at Top Gear sealed his career path. He's most interested in muscle cars and American trucks, but he takes a passing interest in quirky kei cars as well.
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