Jeep relaunches boldly into the automotive business with their Omnicron. A full-featured, customizable SUV, with reliable off-road capability, spacious comfort and excellent economy. The CORE (Complete Off-Road Edition) model boasts a klr supra-stereo system, 200mp Onboard computer & Matrix Link with full a/v datajack integration. An inlaid photovoltaic solar insert moonroof charges the interior when the vehicle is not running for up to 2 hours.
Model: Jeep Omnicron CORE
|Electric Fuel Cell||4/4||80||4||4||0||5||2||36||800|
Seating: 2 (bucket) 3 (folding bench)
Entry: 4 + 1 (rear) +1 (top)
Fuel: Diesel (80) (21.5 gal) [Electric Cell: 200 pf]
Economy: 10.20 km/l (24 mp/g) [Electric Cell: 1 km/pf]
Range: 816km (507 mi) [Electric Cell: 200 km (124 mi)] = 1016 km (631 mi)
Stress Index: 0
Availability: 4/24 days
- Interior Rollbar (+3 dice to damage resistance checks.)
- Datajack (+1 reaction to vehicle tests, -1 tn to other non-vehicle tests while jacked in)
- Off-road Suspension – Rtg: 2 (Reduces off-road handling by 2/Increases reg handling by 2)
- Improved Suspension – Rtg: 2 (Reduces handling by 2)
- Advanced Passenger Protection System (Halves the power of crash damage)
- Roof Racks (+18 CF, +1 to handling if full)
- Crawler Front Bumper mount w/ spotlights (Standard, Low-Light) & Gen4 Winch (2000 kg tow capacity)
- Dual-Purpose Runflat Tires x5 (4+ spare)
- Diesel/Electric Cell Hybrid Engine
Need to talk to Joel about…
hidden storage areas – these will deduct from available CF, but add a concealment and secure storage area.
- Under back storage ‘trunk’ (30″×40″×8″ or 5.5 cu ft) locked weapon locker
- A few small ‘safe boxes’ (10″×12″×4″ or .25 cu ft) like under my seat, in my dashboard, in the console, in the frame of the vehicle somewheres… I have a neat website on these, they are removable units from a steel frame that is inserted into the vehicle
- Non-pneumatic Honeycomb tires.