The iconic Jeep Renegade has been customized and modified by independent garages and even the OEM for endless times and each time it got tuned, it looked good. But this time is different and the customization work is absolutely menacing. Jeep commissioned Garage Italia Customs to do a crazy mod-job on the Jeep Renegade SUV and the results were stunning.
Garage Italia took their inspiration from yet another icon - Harley Davidson motorcycles to carry this one-off mod-job. Reason being, this particular Jeep Renegade will be carrying the marketing activities for the Jeep at the 25th annual European H.O.G Rally (Harley Owners Group) slated to take place this weekend in Portoroz, Slovenia.
Jeep being the sponsor, will focus on creating brand awareness in Europe with this one-off Jeep Renegade. So what's so special about this particular compact crossover? While words won't do justice, we have to tell anyways. Images are attached for your reference. The bonnet of the Jeep Renegade is customized with fire decals which derives its inspiration from various Harley Davidson custom jobs.
The base paint of the Jeep Renegade is the lustrous black paint job which is made with four layers of matte paint before the final shiny layer is applied. Then the flame decals inspired from Harley bikes are applied not only to the bonnet, but also to the dashboard. The Renegade Hell’s Revenge seats are upholstered in Foglizzo Nappa leather and black denim.
The Garage Italia went a step ahead and didn't restrict the mod job to only the superficial elements and enhanced the beauty. Many functional elements are also added to the Jeep Renegade Hell's Revenge like the tweaked mirrors to improve visibility, increased ride height to enhance capabilities and the added LED spotlights mounted at the base of the A-pillars. The crossover also comes with an exclusive alloy wheels and off-road tyres.
No matter how good and desirable this particular Jeep Renegade is looking, FCA has not revealed any plans to put it into production. As of now, Jeep will be using the Renegade Hell's Revenge merely for marketing purposes. India, though, is still waiting for the company to enter the shore and launch Jeep Cherokee and Jeep Renegade.