Jeep Unveils 7 New Concepts For 50th Easter Jeep Safari

Posted: Mar 11 2016, 7:35am CST | by , Updated: Mar 11 2016, 8:50am CST, in News | Cars & Vehicles

Jeep Unveils 7 New Concepts for 50th Easter Jeep Safari
  • Jeep & Mopar unveil 7 new concepts for the 50th Easter Jeep Safari!

The seven new Jeep concept vehicles feature an array of Mopar and Jeep Performance Parts.

Jeep and Mopar just announced they are releasing seven new concept vehicles for the 50th Annual Easter Jeep Safari. The seven all-new ultra-capable Jeep concepts feature an array of Mopar and Jeep Performance Parts.

According to Jeep the parts will conquer the famous and challenging trails of Moab, Utah. Thousands are expected to turn up for the most popular Jeep Safari ever. The 50th Annual Easter Jeep Safari will also coincide with the 75th anniversary of the Jeep brand.

Mike Manley is the Head of Jeep Brand. According to Manley, every year the Jeep team looks forward to pushing the limits. The team delivers new and excitingly capable concept vehicles. The vehicles are delivered for the loyal enthusiasts at the Easter Jeep Safari.

“Every year, the Jeep team looks forward to pushing the limits with new, exciting and capable concept vehicles for our most loyal enthusiasts at the Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, where we receive a tremendous amount of valuable feedback,” said Mike Manley.

“This year is extra special, as together with our biggest fans, we celebrate Jeep’s 75th anniversary, as well as the 50th running of the Jeep Safari. We’re delighted to share seven of the most capable and eye-catching concept Jeep vehicles we’ve ever created at this year’s historic event.”

For Jeep, 2016 is extra special since they will celebrate Jeep’s 75th anniversary. Along with the 50th anniversary of the Jeep Safari. Jeep is delighted to share seven of their most capable and eye-catching concept Jeep vehicles.

The new Jeep concepts include the Jeep Crew Chief 715, the Jeep Shortcut and the Jeep Renegade Commander. It also comprises of the Jeep Comanche, Jeep FC 150, Jeep Trailcat and Jeep Trailstorm.

The 2016 Easter Jeep Safari concept vehicles include:

  1. Jeep Crew Chief 715: a salute to legendary Jeep military service vehicles
  2. Jeep Shortcut: inspired by the classic CJ-5 to handle tight, winding trails
  3. Jeep Renegade Commander: built to blaze a trail deep into the secluded wilderness
  4. Jeep Comanche: designed to be off-road ready with practical utility
  5. Jeep FC 150: heritage cab-over design, rich in history and capable of tackling any terrain
  6. Jeep Trailcat: Hellcat-powered off-roader capable of crawling or high-speed runs
  7. Jeep Trailstorm: added capability with 2-inch lift kit, 37-inch tires and Dana 44 axles
  8. All These Vehicles Showcase a Wide Variety of Mopar and Jeep Performance Parts.

The Jeep Crew Chief is a tribute to military service vehicles, while the Jeep Shortcut is made to handle tight, winding trails. The Jeep Renegade is built for trails of secluded wilderness.

Similarly the Jeep Comanche is designed to be off-road ready. The Jeep FC 150 is a heritage cab-over design and the Jeep Trailcat is a powered off-roader. Finally the Jeep Trailstorm comes with a 2-inch lift kit, 37-inch tires and Dana 44 axles.

“These seven vehicles have been modified with Mopar and Jeep Performance Parts to take on the toughest trails, to go beyond where the road ends,” said Pietro Gorlier, Head of Parts and Service (Mopar), FCA – Global.

“Mopar’s mission is to provide all FCA US vehicle owners with unique performance parts and accessories to tailor vehicles to their individual lifestyles. Nothing supports that more than demonstrating how we can equip Jeep owners to take on some of the more extreme trails in the world.”

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