Matthias Jeschke Record Aboard The Jeep Wrangler

Matthias Jeschke, German off road enthusiast who made the first high-altitude world record in 2005 aboard a Toyota Land Cruiser, yet create both a new altitude record.

This time Jeschke and his team successfully did the world record for high altitude March 13 with two standard Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 3.8 V6 model after a grueling week of expedition and navigation in Ojos del Salado in the mountains South America Chile.

The first day of the expedition, in the province of Copiapo, Chile, Matthias Jeschke's team was divided into groups. These include two crews that will capture the action on the adventure of the team; purchasing team that bought the latest requirements;


Team branding that covered the cars with team sponsors stickers; team of engineers who made the special electronic installation; and the navigation team has implemented several laptops, GPS equipment, satellite TV, telephones and other things needed for shipping.

Matthias Jeschke verified the performance of all team members to take them to the appropriate groups for the next adventure. In addition, the team also conducted a tough test for the Jeep Wrangler vehicles.


The team tested the Jeep Wrangler ability to roll over boulders, rocks and sand, and the limits of the vehicle rolling off the road. In addition, the engineering team has found the differential locks, steering stabilizers shock, chassis parts, Jeep grille guard and other technical features of the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon.

During the expedition 11 days, Matthias Jeschke team climbed the Ojos del Salado, at a height of 6120 meters, and with great efforts of all team members, the Jeep Wrangler climbed to a height of 6358 meters, which is the old record mark, he made the final in 2005.

The biggest challenge was March 12, the day before Matthias Jeschke made the new world record for high altitude using the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. Supreme effort to the point of exhaustion. "

Finally, on March 13, Matthias Jeschke and his team successfully climbed a stunning altitude of 6646 meters aboard the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon.

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