Jeep isn’t exactly famous for building motorcycles. In fact, we don’t think we have ever heard of a Jeep motorcycle, but what if the rugged off-road SUV maker decided to go against the grain? Kyle Robie tried to answer this question with the Jeep Cross Bike - a motorcycle designed for both on and off-road use in 2025.

The Jeep Cross Bike features a hydroelectric powertrain, with the electric motor acting like a compressor for the accompanying hydraulic pump. This system will inject enough fluid to both the wheels, delivering the rider more of an adrenaline rush. The battery pack is easily accessible in the storage compartment under the seat and features 7 bars placed on the side: three on the side of the battery and four on the seat. Its location makes for a quick exchange when a new, fully charged battery is needed.

The headlights feature indicator lights on the front, while turn signals come embedded in the front mirrors. The swing arms were designed to bump out just a bit to maintain a good balance. The design of the motorcycle is a little unorthodox, but just adds to the splendor of the bike, making it a real head turner.


Source: Automotto

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  (858) posted on 02.1.2012

When I heard that Jeep will create a bike concept, I thought that Jeep is not so famous in making motorcycles. However, I love this concept, and I want to try this one. 

  (434) posted on 07.5.2011

Well, I wish they would actually take this one into serious consideration. From the looks of it, it is actually buildable and would definitely be a success in the market.

  (453) posted on 06.29.2011

OK, I would say that the design of the whole bike is really a bit on the weird side, but it also does look good. But one thing that bothers me is that it doesn’t seem to have any handle bars on it.

  (415) posted on 06.27.2011

Pretty odd concept indeed. But I probably would not throw this one in as just some fancy drawing yet. There are actually some interesting bits here that might be useful.

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