Hunting for the perfect shot demands a capable truck
A photographer's life isn't an easy one.
The job demands that you're always on the move from one location to another, chasing the moment and chasing the sunlight. The hours can be as long as the shotlist and the time spent on the road are even longer.
If that's the life for you, then you need a truck that can work just as hard. And that's why a truck like the Gladiator exists: it's a platform to help you get your job done, no matter where it takes you.
The Jeep Gladiator is a different interpretation of the qualities that made the Wrangler so great. But instead of an SUV, this one is a truck, and that's why it suits a variety of needs.
Photographers often don't have control of when and where they need to be. You go where the shoot is, and there's no telling what might be in your way. You need something that is ready for anything our conditions can throw at you.
Highway drive? Not a problem in the Gladiator with its efficient turbo engine. Is there traffic ahead? Your left foot can rest easy and let the automatic manage the gear changes for you. This Gladiator makes easy work of any condition on the road.
What if you have to turn the wheel towards a path that doesn't look paved or even prepared? That's when the rugged nature of the Jeep Gladiator will be your best friend, because just as the Gladiator towers over debris on the road, it will surmount obstacles where roads don't exist. This vehicle is bred with Jeep's signature 4x4 Trail-Rated performance built around solid front and rear axles for maximum articulation. That's not hype; that is real.
And if you can't have a camera crew in a chase vehicle with you, then that's where the Gladiator can come in very handy. The bed can take on all your camera gear and more. All you have to do is secure your hardcases to the bed, and off you go.
To a photographer on the move, creature comforts aren't for convenience. Often, those are necessities. You need storage for little items, and that's something the Gladiator has plenty of. Phone connectivity via Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto are essential, not optional. Normally, passengers would charge phones, but a pro would need to charge batteries for lights, cameras, or even a laptop. On that front, the Gladiator has you covered with USB ports, 12-volt outlets, and even a 230-volt power outlet. Yeah, you can plug into the Gladiator.
The Gladiator is also big on personalization. With a new range of accessories such as powerful LED headlights, LED foglights, a removable roof rack kit, sturdy front bumper, A-Pillar LED Foglamps with bracket, and lastly a black grille, the Gladiator becomes even more versatile and more capable wherever you need to go. And if you want a spot where you can relax or a platform you can snap from, then you've already got one with you every step of the way.
With the Gladiator, you don't just have a vehicle to get you from point A to B, but a Jeep that takes on anything for you in between.