Comments - Video: Jeep Mighty FC Concept Conquers the Moab Desert

Published: Apr 11, 2012
Description: One of the stars of this year's Easter Jeep Safari was the company's Mighty FC Concept, a modern recreation of the Jeep Forward Control, which was built from 1956 to 1965. Jeep started with ...
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Description: Inside, Jeep used a snowboard bag, of all things, for the seat inserts and arm rests, helping to create a playful interior that belies its serious, austere facade.
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Phillip Greene Apr 12, 2012
Ok if the merc got offroader of the year two years ago and its a german car just think how awesome an american made version of it would be I mean seriously name one forein car that merica cant beat
John M Weishahn Apr 12, 2012
@Carlton: Fully agreed. With the Unimog you get locking differentials, a power generator, and a machinegun turret ;)
Jeremy Siebert Apr 12, 2012
@Elijah, Chrysler took Jeep from Ford? Really? Ford muscled their contract to build the original military 1/4 tons from Bantam
Trent Griffin Apr 12, 2012
Looks a lot like my old 1961 Corvair Loadside pickup! Nothing new under the sun....
Cody Jacques Apr 11, 2012
Dude I live in North Georgia and people drive some pretty fun trucks around here this would fit in. Its a toy like the wrangler. It also looks like something the Auzzi's would drive
Carlton Salmon Apr 11, 2012
Looks great and I hope it goes into production. But if I were in the market for a fully off road, go-anywhere vehicle, I'd still buy a Unimog.
Justin Routh Apr 11, 2012
This car is freakin cool. If they do make it though, who is it aimed at?
Cody Jacques Apr 11, 2012
I hope bing back cool vehicles starts becoming a habbit. this thing is great
Elijah McCord Apr 11, 2012
I'd rather take a hummer h1 or Mercedes unimog. I can't stand chrysler products or the fact that Chrysler took jeep from ford.
Elijah McCord Apr 11, 2012
I'd rather take a h
Lou Guerrero Apr 11, 2012
Wheels?! I'd put tracks on it and make it multi-terrain! This is for grown up kids. Awesome.
Zachary Sindelar Apr 11, 2012
Those are so awesome!
Andrew Hossann Apr 11, 2012
I want to see it go fast
Andy Kleschick Apr 11, 2012
honestly, this is probably the only jeep I would buy. I might not drive it anywhere in Indiana, but it would be cool to say I had one
Carlos Eduardo Gaviria Apr 11, 2012
That thing looks awesome fun, must be nice to work for jeep
Dillon Dixon Apr 11, 2012
I love how Jeep continues to make simple, true offroad vehicles. I'm so glad to see their success lately. Jeep is the only true 4X4 I would would want.
Oscar Galvan Apr 11, 2012
The good thing about this is if they make it people will buy to go off roading. I doubt anyone will drive this as a city car like most jeeps and land rovers
Boyd Boudreaux Apr 11, 2012
I love the odd designs, ready to see this kind of vehicles on the road.
Patrick Schalk Apr 11, 2012
Awesome!!!! Put that baby into production!!!
Matthew Crighton Apr 11, 2012
Haha cool i like it. I hope they sell these so i can go 4x4ing in the mud
Description: Motor Trend got the chance to check out the lumbering giant as the rock-ready concept went to the Moab Desert with head of Jeep design Mark Allen behind the wheel, aongside a 1964 Jeep Forward Control...
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Cody Jacques Apr 20, 2012
I'm positive Hamons would fight to be the one to review this thing so I doubt Clarkson would have much to say about it
Cody Jacques Apr 20, 2012
Hamond would LOVE it! Clarkson would likely just call it pointless.
Phillip Greene Apr 13, 2012
What was that one were he pulled the door panle apart and then had the guy point the camra at it?
Fabian Pioro Apr 12, 2012
He owns a gt50! And loves it. Therefore must not hate American cars that bad
Phillip Greene Apr 12, 2012
If top gear got one of these clarkson would spend the whole time saying how crapy it is just because its american made hes a total tool
Kabab Mashwi Apr 12, 2012
i would rather buy potatoes with whatever this costs than buying this
Dan Kelly Apr 12, 2012
BBC top gear needs to get ahold of this and do something.
Tanton Stoneman Apr 11, 2012
Wow, I'd just keep the g and keep the money.
John Serely Apr 11, 2012
If they built this for production, I'd sell my g class and buy one of these in heartbeat
David Munasinghe Apr 11, 2012
Nice. Build this please
Rami Wilson Apr 11, 2012
If you hate on it.
Rami Wilson Apr 11, 2012
This is a mean mo fo! It will eat you hate on it.