Every year at Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah, Jeep brings out a batch of concept vehicles.
Our favorite by far was the J6, Jeep's take on the single-cab, long-bed pickup truck.
The J6 sits on a 2-inch lift with 37-inch tires on 17-inch beadlock wheels.
Powered by the stalwart 3.6-liter V6 engine, the J6 receives a performance bump from the Jeep Performance Parts cold-air intake.
The J6 looks like a Gladiator, but it isn't built on the pickup truck's frame.
The underpinnings are shared with the Wrangler, meaning that in a number of ways the J6 isn't as capable as a Gladiator in terms of towing and hauling.
Yep, that's a JL Wrangler Rubicon under there, folks.
A roll bar and spare tire carrier take up a lot of the 6-foot bed.
No second row here, buddy!
Jeep hasn't indicated that it will make a two-door Gladiator. One thing is for sure, if it ever gets built, we'll be the first in line to buy one.