Jeep and Mopar have built seven concepts for the next Safari

Jeep and Mopar have built seven concepts for the next Safari

Jeep and Mopar built together seven special utility vehicles that will participate in the 52nd Easter Safari, scheduled for late March in the town of Moab, Utah. Five concepts based on the Wrangler new generation, one – on Renegade and one on the Wagoneer.

Concept Jeep 4Speed is made based on the versions of Pork Chop (2011) and Stitch (2013). The engineers eased the standard SUV by installing a carbon hood and fenders, and aluminum perforated footrest. The ground clearance is increased by 51 mm, installed bridges Dana 44 with 4.10 gear ratio and 18-inch wheels with off-road tires BF Goodrich Mud Terrain. Version 4Speed equipped with two-liter turbo engine, and the rear part of the body is transformed in the trunk.

Jeep Sandstorm built in the style of a racing SUV. In the concept of a four-link long-excursion (356 mm 457 mm front and rear) suspension, built in compressor, additional lighting, hood carbon fiber safety frame combined with a body structure 17-inch bedlock-wheels, shod in tires BF Goodrich Krawler with a dimension of 39.5 inches.

Jeep B-Ute is based on Renegade. He’s got a raised suspension, roof rack and side sill treadplates, and 17-inch wheels with a 30 mm overhang.

Conceptually Jeep Wagoneer Roadtrip uses the same name the 1965 model year as a donor with a long wheelbase, heavy frame and axles Dana 44 with lock, adjustable shock absorbers and tires for off-road dimensions 33 inch.

Jeep Nacho – is the standard in Wrangler performance with Rubicon accessories Jeep Performance Parts: the car was equipped with a new hood, cold intake, led lighting modules (including communication drivers when driving in convoy) on the a-pillars and protection grille, leptomonas suspension and wheels 37 inches.

Jeep Jeepster built on the model of the model in 1966. Key features of the SUV was the two-tone body that is tilted 2.5 degrees back windscreen, additional LED lighting and other upgrades.

Last prototype – Jeep J-Wagon decorated with items from the Mopar catalog, installed a new bumper, 17-inch wheels and 35-inch tires.

For the Easter Safari in 2017, Jeep also built a number of concepts.