The history of the jeep starts in 1941 when the U.S. army asked for a four traction, fast, light and durable vehicle that could withstand difficult missions in Africa and the Europe. That is when American Bantam Car Company and Willys-Overland car companies started producing prototypes for the army. More than 600,000 Jeeps were fabricated during WWII and since then the original vehicle has been improved. The most famous Jeep, the Wrangler, was first introduced in 1987 with the 6 cilinder AMC PowerTech I6 242 engine. The Jeep was built for off-road as it was first designed to provide transportation to the U.S. Army and it has not let down since then. The Jeep now is a well-known car that has different uses , from rock-climbing to everyday use. The versatility of this vehicle inspires us to make our buggys as useful as a Jeep, for you to have an amazing time at Dune Buggy Adventour.
Jeep and Off-Road