This Is What It Looks Like When You Weld Two Jeeps Together

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Ever wondered what the automotive version of Siamese twins would look like? Wonder no more – here's a pair of Jeep Wranglers welded together, and it's real.


The vehicle is in Rabat, Morocco and Car Scoop reports that it's the project of a foreign diplomat, though in the past year and a half that the car has been floating around the internet we've found no more details than that. Given that one Wrangler is just over six feet wide, we'd guess this thing is just under twelve feet from side to side.

Even seeing the thing moving under its own power raises more questions than it answers: how does it run? Does it have two engines? Does each engine power one half of the car? Why, oh why, would anyone do this?

Sure, it completely destroys the off-road capacity of the two donor Wranglers, but that's a small price to pay for blowing the brains of Jeep enthusiasts the world over.


(Hat tip to Viperfan1!)

Photo Credit: VW Vortex

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Edited: Raphael Orlove is pretty much a G.