Supercharged for performance and style.
In the world of high-end supercars, exotics, and sports cars, the pavement is the place to be. There are times, however, when the dirt, mud, and rugged terrain just calls us to explore and put some hair on our chest. The Starwood Motors Nighthawk Jeep Wrangler is there to inject some testosterone and look damn good in the process.
The Jeep Wrangler isn’t just your average off-road upgrade program. Starwood came up with a custom paint job and sprayed this bad boy in a Magnesium Matte Metallic with Kevlar-finished VPR bumpers and Metal Cloak Overline fenders. From there on out, Starwood flexed its muscles with the Wrangler.
Staring ahead is a Lifted Off Road front grille, AEV heat-reduction hood, and a pair of aggressive Rigid Industries halo headlights and LED flood lights. The rugged look is matched by a new Lifted Off Road fastback top. Entry is a breeze thanks to new Amp power steps. Just in case the Nighthawk just happens to get stuck, there’s a Warn 10,000-lb winch ready to help with extraction.
To carry this beast, Starwood Motors went with American Force 12.0 x 22 Burnout wheels in a Sable Brown powder coat, and to make sure the future owner has no issues getting stuck, the wheels where paired with 37×13.50R22 Nitto Trail Grappler MT tires. To not strain the engine, 5:13:1 gears were added assuring tire spin and mpg are not affected along with a pair of G2 high-strength axles. A full Fabtech 5-inch Crawler suspension system with Dirt Logix remote reservoir coilover shocks, and BDS dual stabilizer ensure that the Starwood Nighthawk Wrangler can conquer almost any terrain. Behind the American Force Burnout wheels hides a Teraflex big brake upgrade.
While the exterior and chassis is built for rough and rugged off-road duty, the 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 engine inside the Nighthawk hides a fun little treat. Atop the once-naturally-aspirated engine sits a Ripp Supercharger system alongside a custom exhaust and intercooler to create a total of 325 horsepower at the wheels.
The Starwood Nighthawk isn’t all rough and rugged around the edges, either. Inside is a full leather interior package from Lifted Off Road with ‘Starwood Motors’ embossed on the seats. The seats, center console, dashboard, pillars, doors, and almost everything else is covered in the soft brown saddle leather. Entertainment was also a focus if drivers happen to be stuck on the asphalt landscape. Starwood Motors audio engineers replaced the factory speakers with Alpine SPR-60C and SPS-610C speakers, a custom rear subwoofer enclosure with Alpine SWR-T10 10-inch unit, and an 8-inch Alpine navigation system front and center.
The Starwood Motors Nighthawk Jeep Wrangler sold for a whopping $122,888, but keep your eyes peeled for similar builds on the block in the future!
Source: Starwood Motors