Sometimes, Harley-Davidson wants its flame on the four-wheeler kinds. Take the Ford F-150 Harley-Davidson edition for example; an optional package for the American truck offered between 2000 and 2011 with H-D cues. Now, the the Milwaukee based, iconic motorcycle manufacturer has taken to Jeep, the baby Renegade to be specific.
This is the Jeep Renegade Hell’s Revenge, named after the Hell’s Revenge Trail in Moab, and the handiwork of Italian tuning house Garage Italia Customs. This one-off model draws inspiration from the collected works of Harley-Davidson.
The Hell’s Revenge was created as a rolling, flaming mascot of the 25th annual European H.O.G. Rally, a big Harley-Davidson festival being held in Portoroz, Slovenia this weekend. It doesn’t come as a surprise then, because Jeep happens to be the main sponsor for the event. As for the flaming Renegade, the lustrous paintwork and the craftsmanship is particularly appreciable.
As many as four layers of matte paint have been used, before the fluorescent paint went on. Inside, the Renegade’s dashboard also gets draped in bright orange, while the seats are upholstered in Foglizzo Nappa leather with contrasting black denim inserts. As for mechanical modifications, there’s BF Goodrich off-road tires, a jacked-up suspension system, and a pair of LED spotlights ahead of the two A-pillars.