Matthias Jeske, the German off-road enthusiast who made the world's first high-altitude record in 2005 on Toyota Land Cruiser, again set a new record high. This time, Yeshke and his team successfully made the high altitude world record on March 13, using two standard Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 3.8 V6 after a tiring week of expedition and navigation in Ojos del Salado, located in the South American mountain range of Chile. 19659002] On the first day of the expedition in Copiapo Province, Chile, Matthias Jeshe's team was divided into several groups. They include two cameras that will capture action in the team's adventures; purchasing team who has bought the latest requirements; a team that covers the cars with stickers from the team's sponsors; an engineering team who made the special electronic installation; and the navigation team that created several laptops, GPS equipment, satellite phones and other things needed for the expedition.
On the 3rd day most of the team members received headaches, dizzy magic and a sick sensation of restless nights spent on the mountain. Matthias Jeske checked the presentation of all team members to include them in the appropriate groups for the next days of the adventure. In addition, the team also carried out heavy tests for the Jeep Wrangler vehicles. The team checked Jeep Wrangler's ability to run over stones, rocks and sand, as well as the overload limits of the off-road vehicle. In addition, the engineers checked the differential locks, steering controls, chassis parts, Jeep safety grille, and other technical features of the Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon
During the 11th day of the expedition, Matthias Jeschke's team got on Ojos del Salado at an altitude of 6,120 meters and with a great effort from all team members, the Jeep Wrangler reaches a height of 6,358 meters, which is the old record made in 2005
The biggest challenge was on March 12, a day before Matthias Jeschke made the new world high-altitude record using Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. He said, "The team is exhausted, we spent a lot of time at high altitude for hours, windy and windy everywhere, it's hard to work in the burning sun (which shakes the face, even though it's cold), so you can see it's time for a free day. "
Finally, on March 13, Matthias Jeshe and his team successfully climbed to an impressive altitude of 6646 meters aboard the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon. According to Jeshe, he is certain that no other man will reach or even break his incredible height because he has already reached the summit between the two secondary peaks only 247 meters below the top of the mountains of Oos del Salado and Chile-Atacama