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Two Concepts Teased Ahead of Annual Easter Jeep Safari

Motor Trend logo Motor Trend 3/12/2015 Alex Nishimoto
Jeep at 2015 Moab© Provided by MotorTrend Jeep at 2015 Moab

It's nearly time for the annual Easter Jeep Safari, and Fiat Chrysler is once again preparing a barrage of concept vehicles to debut at the event. Now, the automaker has teased the Jeep Chief and Wrangler Red Rock Responder, two of seven special Jeep vehicles bound for Moab.

Very little info was provided, but from the teaser sketches it appears both models are Wrangler-based. The Jeep Chief gets retro-style graphics and taillights, while the Red Rock Responder gets a truck bed and a Jeep Performance Parts decal. FCA says that Jeep Performance Parts will be featured on all seven of the vehicles debuting at Moab. The concepts will join the many others that have preceded them in past years, including the two Jeep Cherokees, three Wranglers, and one Grand Cherokee that debuted last year. Farther back in 2012, Jeep brought out the Mighty FC concept, a tribute to the Jeep Forward Control vehicles built from 1956 to 1965; and the J-12 concept, a retro-styled stretched Wrangler pickup.

Jeep at 2015 Moab© Provided by MotorTrend Jeep at 2015 Moab We'll see what Jeep has in store at the 49th annual Easter Jeep Safari on March 28, when the event begins in Moab, Utah. But before then, Jeep says to expect info and images for the full lineup of concepts next week. Stay tuned.

Source: Jeep


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