Jeep unveils concepts for annual Easter safari

Jeep fans love seeing custom rides.

This is why Easter is so important. That’s when Moab, Utah calls – especially the Easter Jeep Safari, which this year, the 58th, kicked off Saturday and runs through March 31. The annual event is an opportunity for Stellantis brand designers to show off a little with some wild animals. concept vehicles for the trail celebration which is expected to attract more than 20,000 enthusiasts.

For 2024, the brand has four vehicles to present (descriptions taken from material provided by Jeep and a virtual discussion):

  • Jeep Low Down Concept is a modified Wrangler dressed in Poison Apple Red paint and powered by a “tremendous 475 horsepower 392 6.4-liter V8 engine.” You can peek at the source of all that power through the carbon fiber hood and its “see-through” power dome. This Jeep stands tall with “huge 42-inch BFGoodrich Krawler 42×14.5R20 mud-terrain tires mounted on 20-inch bead wheels beneath its custom high-clearance carbon fender flares.” Its two exhaust settings would either be loud or downright unpleasant.

  • Jeep Willys Dispatcher Concept brings to the party a 375-horsepower plug-in hybrid Wrangler 4xe painted in Element 115 Green “beautifully accented with cream-colored steelies (wheels)” and offering a nod to “early nostalgia after war “. Civilian Jeep.” The side of the hood bears the lettering “WILLYS”.

Here are the 2024 Easter Jeep Safari Concepts (clockwise, left to right): Jeep Willys Dispatcher Concept, Jeep Gladiator Rubicon High Top Concept, Jeep Vacationeer Concept, Jeep Low Down Concept.

  • The Jeep Gladiator Rubicon High Top Concept is designed as a showcase for Jeep Performance parts. It comes in Ginger Snap metallic paint with “retro-inspired” two-tone graphics. It’s powered by a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 and features a modified front bumper with a custom roll hoop above a Warn winch as well as power rocker steps for easy entry into the cabin.

  • The Jeep Vacationeer concept is…

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