We Drive The Jeep Bob Concept: A Stubby Gladiator! Here’s Everything Jeep Did To It

Take a look at this unique Jeep Gladiator Concept from the 2022 Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah!  It’s basically a Jeep Gladiator that has been sliced and made stubby.  Jeep removed the b-pillar and replaced it with a tubular bar that sits further back than the standard b-pillar.  This makes the cab look a lot different and smaller than a traditional Gladiator, even though it’s not.  What has been shortened is the bed, by twelve inches.  In the bed Jeep added an air compressor, spare tire carrier, and a bottle opener.  The rig is rolling on a massive set of 40-inch tires and King shocks.

Luckily all that weight won’t be much of an issue since this Jeep is powered by the 3.0L EcoDiesel engine.  Up front there’s an AEV stubby bumper with large off-road lights.  The paint is a very unique orange, black and silver scheme, and the roof is a hardtop, but with perforated orange inserts, giving a mixture of a hard top and soft top.

Nathan and Roman took the Bob concept for a short drive, and especially with the Diesel engine, the rig didn’t break a sweat even with the added kit.  They weren’t pushing it too hard, which makes sense since this is essentially a priceless, one-off Jeep Gladiator concept.  Nevertheless, the guys had a great time checking out the Bob concept.  Stay tuned to AllTFL.com so you don’t miss any of the action from EJS 2022. As with every year, Nathan will be getting seat time in as many of these unique concepts as possible.