For the 47th Annual Moab Easter Jeep Safari, Jeep® and Mopar are coming-up with their latest concept edition which showcase the new level of off-road capabilities for all those enthusiasts who love the broader range of customization and personalization in a off-roader and to fulfill it, six extreme off-road concept vehicles are to be revealed by Jeep® and Mopar together at 2013 Moab Easter Jeep Safari, starting from March, 23rd to 31st in Utah, United States.
Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk Concept : The most unique of the Grand Cherokee - the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk Concept with more ground clearance provided by the 35-inch Mickey Thompson off-road tires, the trusted powertrain of EcoDiesel V-6 engine, the attractive design looks with the Grand Cherokee SRT hood, a black front grille, a matte black roof and SRT front and rear fascias. The Trailhawk Concept is the 3rd Grand Cherokee, since 2011, developed for the Easter Jeep Safari. It has a quite catchy exterior with its aggressive non-metallic blood-orange color, offered with 17 inch aluminum wheels and enlarged wheel openings. In the exterior it has also customized fender flares, front and rear skid plates, dual rear tow hooks and modified Mopar rock rails. While in the interior beauty, the Mopar slush mats and rear cargo liner is offered in the Trailhawk Concept.
Jeep Wrangler Mopar Recon : The powertrain of 6.4 Litre HEMI V8 Engine is combined with a 5-speed automatic transmission and Dana 60 front and rear axles with 4.10 gearing, now offers more firepower with 470 horsepower. The axles are suspended by a 4.5-inch prototype long-arm lift kit and roll on Jeep Performance Parts prototype forged eight-lug beadlock wheels with the impressive big 39-inch off-road tires. In addition to this, the exterior is featured with various Mopar based application like the front and rear off-road modified Stinger bumpers and window kits, front and rear half-door, high-clearance flat fenders, rock rails, Warn winch, Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 10th Anniversary hood, prototype LED head-lamps, tail-lamp guards, swing-away rear tire carrier and body-color rear corner guards, locking fuel door, a Jeep Performance Parts badge and a canvas soft top. While in the interior, it offers black door-sill guards, side sun visors, a custom seat made from Navy blankets and Navy camouflage material, grab handles, Mopar slush mats, trailside winch kit and a locking below-floor storage box.
Jeep Wrangler Stitch : The lightweight Pork Chop concept is all created by reducing the overall weight from various section of the Stitch, which includes the frame, axles, body and interior. Much of the components are removed for this, which includes audio system, all heating and air conditioning, the doors, the rear seats and cutting of other body section. The new 2013 SRT Viper based front seats, hood with custom carbon fiber, standard roll cage replaced with a chrome moly unit, and the Full-Traction lower control arms, floor pan and GenRight fuel tank are now made of aluminum. Revised frame and axles were modified to reduce the weight. All these modification in Stitch, lighted to a parse 3,000-lb. curb weight. The off-road best capablities with the hardwares like Mickey Thompson 35-inch off-road tires on lightweight 17-inch aluminum wheels, Mopar cold-air intake and Mopar exhaust kit, customized DynaTrac Pro Rock 44 axles with 4.88 gears and ARB front and rear lockers, King shocks with pneumatic bump stops and Tom Woods drive shafts. Unique design details include a windshield that has been chopped two inches, a clear yellow vinyl soft top, black leather SRT Viper seats and center console with a yellow instrument panel and seat backs, Truck-Lite LED headlamps and the previously mentioned carbon fiber hood. The black body panels are wrapped in a unique, see-through silver architectural fabric that hides the cut panels at some angles, and makes them visible at others.
Jeep Wrangler Sand Trooper II from Mopar : The Sand Trooper II Concept is equipped with the famous 5.7 Liter HEMI V8 Engine which is capable of generating a horsepower of 375 horsepower and a torque of 400 pound feet, when mated with a 5-speed automatic transmission, which transmits the HEMI power to the Mopar eight-lug front and rear Portal axles for added ground clearance. Its off-road aggressive look is created by the Jeep Performance Parts prototype forged beadlock wheels with huge 40-inch off-road tires. While in the exterior enhancement, Mopar is come-up with a satin black grille, hood lock, front and rear half-door and window kits, front and rear off-road “Shorty” modified bumpers, Warn winch, Mopar flat fenders, rock rails, a vented hood, LED off-road lights and headlamps, Rubicon 10th Anniversary swing away rear tire carrier, trailer-tow hitch receiver, black taillamp guards and locking fuel door, and a Jeep Performance Parts badge. While in the interior, it features a rear back-up camera display, black door-sill guards, under-seat and center-console locking storage, Mopar slush mats, locking below-floor storage box, Trailside winch kit and leather seats, trunk storage box, side sun visors and grab handles.
Jeep Wrangler Flattop : The unique concept with more stylish exterior, interior and amazing off-road capabilities with hard-core off-road gear offered in Flattop’s chassis. In the exterior, it features body finishing in a metallic sandstone with copper and brown accents. The custom one-piece, windowless hard top, where the top and windshield were chopped 2 inches, and the b-pillar was removed creating a massive opening from front to rear. The door and hood hinges, tow hooks, grille slats and headlamp surrounds are finished in a copper tone, and the bumpers, side rails, side mirrors and hood decal are dark brown. The customized bumpers, hood, high line fender flares, while Truck-Lite LED headlamps, LED rear tail-lamps and side markers, a massive Warn Zeon winch and TeraFlex spare tire carrier round off the exterior enhancements. In the interior, the dark saddle Katzkin leather seating, copper accents on the steering wheel spokes, Mopar slush mats and vent rings and passenger grab handle. The Flattop concept is featured with no. of hardware which includes off-road gear such as a Mopar cold-air intake, Mopar exhaust kit, aluminum five-spoke wheels that carry 37-inch Mickey Thompson off-road tires, the DynaTrac Pro Rock 44 front and Dana 60 rear axles feature ARB air lockers and TeraFlex sway bars, and Full-Traction control arms and the hardware is bolted to King shocks with pneumatic bump stops.
Jeep Wrangler Slim : The Slim concept has powertrain of 3.6-liter V6 Engine which offers high performance for the lightweight off-roader. It has a 3:73 anti-spin axle. In the exterior, with full-doors and a hard top, the Slim is finished with Rock Lobster exterior color, prototype 17-inch Jeep Performance Parts forged beadlock wheels with Rock Lobster beauty rings, 10th Anniversary Rubicon front bumper, complementing the most lightweight rear bumper from Mopar. It features the sports lightweight rock rails, black grille, black hood decal, LED headlights, locking gas cap and Rubicon tires. While in the interior, the black interior features leather seat covers and a CB radio, as well as Mopar all-weather slush mats and a hard-top headliner. In the hardware equipment, it has a prototype Mopar 2-inch lift kit, featured with a Mopar cold-air intake.
Photos of Jeep and Mopar’s 6 extreme off-road concepts for the 47th Moab Easter Jeep Safari
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