There’s certainly no shortage of wild ideas when it comes to custom Jeep Wranglers. Practically every Jeep dealer in the country now sells modified versions of the Wrangler, to the point where adding some kind of custom work is pretty much standard operating procedure, even if you have no plans to take it off road.

But even with all the customization competition, the G-Patton Tomahawk is one of the most sinister Jeeps we’ve come across in years.

Showcased at the recent Chengdu Auto Show, this Jeep’s creator appears to have ripped its name from California-based US Specialty Vehicles, but this mod is more aggressive than anything those guys have built; it features an extra axle at the rear with an additional set of wheels, giving it a profile that makes a standard four-door Jeep Wrangler Unlimited look like a Toyota Prius.


Then again, would you expect anything less from a Chinese company ballsy enough to name a line of SUVs after General George S. Patton, one of America’s most successful—and ballsy—military leaders?

We’re still waiting for more details on what the Tomahawk can do that a normal Jeep can’t. But according to reports, under the hood is a modified supercharged version of Jeep’s Pentastar 3.6-liter V6 engine, a fearsome beast by any measure.

Whether “G-Patton” will actually begin wide production of the Tomahawk remains to be seen. But if they do, we can think of a few American battlegrounds we’d like to test this warrior on, hauling about 15 of our friends along for the ride.