Quoting the classic Carrie Underwood song, “Jesus, take the wheel” could save trucks and SUVs. We may need to rescue innocent Jeep Wrangler models from Carrie Underwood’s path of destruction. She lit a Jeep Wrangler on fire and has destroyed other Stellantis vehicles, but they didn’t deserve it!
Carrie Underwood burns a Jeep Wrangler model on stage
Before we get to the blazing Jeep Wrangler model, we need to warn you. Reading this post might cause classic Carrie Underwood songs like “Jesus, Take the Wheel” and “Before He Cheats” stuck in your head.
These songs might be part of the reason why Carrie Underwood has a history of destroying Stellantis vehicles. A Ram 1500 has been in her path of destruction, as she took a baseball bat to it.
Why are Wranglers and trucks being destroyed?
Well, if you’ve heard the “Before He Cheats,” song then you know that Carrie Underwood was out for revenge after her man cheated. But we maintain that Jeep Wrangler and Ram 1500 models are innocent.
While her man was with another woman, she got revenge by messing up his pretty little souped-up four-wheel drive. The souped-up four-wheel drive in the video is a single cab Ram 1500 truck. Also, this song came out in 2006, so things have changed since then.
Anyways, she takes her keys to all four sides of the truck, scratching the paint. She also carves her name into the leather seats, leaving evidence at the scene of the crime. Because Carrie takes a bat to all the windows, glass was everywhere!
She takes a Louisville Slugger to both headlights, so the driver couldn’t safely drive in the dark. But Carrie also slashed a hole in all four tires, so the guy couldn’t drive away even if he tried.
However, the biggest takeaway from all of these actions is that setting someone else’s truck or Jeep Wrangler on fire is arson! Please note that this was a song written by someone else, and it’s not based on actual events.
Carrie Underwood created an anthem with this song, and it got incredibly popular for years. Now she and this song are back in Vegas, which is why a Jeep Wrangler was lit on fire with no chance of surviving.
Is Carrie Underwood going to burn more Jeep models?
Currently, we can’t say if Carrie Underwood will be responsible for lighting up more Jeep Wrangler and Ram 1500 models. We also aren’t sure why Stellantis vehicles are the target during her performances.
The Ford Ranger, Toyota Tacoma, Ford Bronco, Toyota 4Runner, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Jeep Gladiator, Nissan Frontier, and more all serve as vehicles that could be pretty little souped-up four-wheel drives.
Carrie Underwood kicked off the first night of her Las Vegas Residency with a night of Reflection. The first night of her Residency show was a big deal, so burning a Jeep Wrangler was a special event to get things started.
She shared that it was her greatest show ever, making us nervous for more Wranglers and trucks. But the TJ Wrangler that went up in flames was probably a prop model. We hope that was the case, at least.
It was a pretty little souped-up four-wheel drive too. It was lifted and equipped with black steelies and mudding tires. If it was a working Jeep, someone loved it. We apologize to this person after their beloved Wrangler was sacrificed in their time of need.