Jeep Wrangler Jurassic Park

In the 1993 film, “Jurassic Park,” there were two different kind of vehicles used on the island. The first types of vehicles were the tour vehicles that ran on an electric track through the park and were used for the tours. The other types of vehicles were the Staff Vehicles that were used by park staff during the film. These vehicles were based on the1992 Jeep Wrangler Sahara. Base MSRP $13,925


Each Jeep in the film featured a vast array of fog lights and spotlights, and many of them even featured winches for if the Jeep ever got stuck in a tricky situation. The jeeps were painted grey and had diagonal red stripes at various spots on the Jeep because it was believed that it kept the Triceratops from charging the vehicles. The Jeeps had an open-top design that allowed for easy access to anything inside. The Jurassic Park logo was on either side of the Jeeps along with a vehicle number.


Inside the cabin were two front seats and a rear seat that could sit three. Each of the jeeps in the film is equipped with extra gasoline containers and other miscellaneous survival gear such as flares and food. Surrounding the cabin is a roll cage that is covered in soft material to protect the occupants from injuring themselves on them.


Under the hood is a naturally aspirated 4.0-liter inline-six cylinder engine that produces 180 horsepower and 220 lb-ft of torque. Producing about 123 horsepower and paired to a five-speed transmission, reaching 60 mph takes 8.8 seconds and has a top speed of 101 mph. The Jurassic Park Jeep Wrangler has a 15 gallon fuel capacity, making it ideal for outrunning dinosaurs.


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