Tommy covers quite a few off-roaders at the 2022 Detroit Auto Show!
This year’s show features Tommy’s top 5 2023 off-roaders he feels are worth waiting for. Hopped up on chocolate milk and energy bars, Tommy and producer Zach rip through the 2022 Detroit Auto Show in search of the best off-roaders coming up for the 2023 model year. During their sojourn, Tommy finds well over five vehicles, and a few special guests as well.
Here are The Top 5 2023 Off-Roaders DEFINITELY worth waiting for:
- Bronco Heritage Edition – white, white and more (retro) white. Actually, we all feel that Ford did an outstanding job with their Heritage Edition Broncos. The one Tommy zeros in on is a prime example of what he loves, retro looks with modern running gear.
- Bronco Sport Heritage Edition – some more retro white, though this time paired with Robin Egg Blue. Like its big brother, the Bronco Sport Heritage Edition flaunts its retro-goodness with a splash of color. Once again, Ford is killing it with design and color. These crossovers look retro-cool, which is something we thought would be hard to pull off.
There’s some General Motors love as well!
- Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 – We’ve covered the new Colorado ZR2 one several channels and websites. It is expected to completely reset the bar for off-road-bias, mid-size pickup trucks. Front and rear lockers, mixed in with a powerful turbo gas engine, and serious off-road hardware makes Tommy a happy boy.
- GMC Hummer EV SUV – An odd duck among EVs, the Hummer EV SUV is (like its pickup truck brethren) a toy for the rich. There is nothing redeeming about the Hummer’s electric efficiency; however, its off-road capabilities look outstanding. This big brute might change a few minds about EV off-road capability. If only it didn’t weigh as much as a school-bus. I wish I was kidding.
- Tommy’s number one vehicle he wants to showcase is the Jeep Wrangler Willys 4xe. The big deal about the Willys 4xe is that it represents the least expensive version of the Wrangler 4xe line. You can easily surpass the $60,000 line with a Wrangler 4xe, but the Williys gives you a lot of Jeep for about $54,000.
We were also lucky enough to bump into our friends Stephen and his old man, who spoke with Tommy as well. Check out the video, because there are well over five off-roaders that Tommy investigates!