Behold 7 New Jeep Concepts for the Jeep Safari!

by SpeedLux

Does it still stand out in your memory that the automaker Jeep teased two new concept vehicles just a couple of days ago? These two new vehicles were teased for the 2015 Moab Easter Jeep Safari. Yet, it seems that the company is not going to be satisfied with just two new concepts. Instead, it has now officially unveiled a total of 7 new concept vehicles for this year’s safari.

To begin with, there is the Chief concept that is intended to pay homage to the full-size 1970 Jeep Cherokee model. The car uses the platform of the Jeep Wrangler and comes wrapped in the Ocean Blue paint hue. It also features a front grille with a retro style and also a French Bread roof. In addition, buyers of the vehicle are also going to receive a 3.6L V6 Pentastar engine, Dana 44 axles with lockers and chopped roof. The car sits firmly on slotted mag wheels measuring 17 inches in diagonal. Yet, there is one thing unfortunate about this model. The cabin of the car really has a lot of rooms for improvements. The Surfer theme featuring surf stickers with vintage style and leather seats with multiple colors looks tacky, to say the least.

Next to the Chief, there is the Staff Car concept. This is to salute the legendary military service vehicles from Jeep. As such, it sports a military-inspired body and minimalist fender flares, military-inspired headlamps, Dana 44 axles, a stretched canvas roof, 2-inch lift kit, bench seats and also 16-inch steel wheels wrapped in the Firestone NDT military tires with a diagonal measuring 35 inches.

Then there is the Wrangler Red Rock Responder concept. This one is gifted with high fender flares, a rugged body panel, Dana 60 axles, Warn winch, LED lamps and a 4-inch lift kit. The car can also be seen sitting firmly on 37-inch BF Goodrich Mud Terrain T/A KM2 tires wrapping 17-inch beadlock wheels. Additionally, customers can also expect an air compressor, fire extinguisher and a hi-lift jack, among others.

Office workers are made up of parts of the whole, working on the project.
Vector illustration of teamwork concept. Office workers are made up of parts of the whole, working on the project.
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