Every year, Jeep goes all out with a suite of concept 4x4 models for the Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah. This year, it's bringing some of the concepts that debuted during SEMA.
This year's most ambitious concept is actually a rework of last year's Wrangler-based Magneto EV. This time, Jeep has chopped a foot out of the wheelbase and added more than twice the horsepower.
The all-electric 4x4 is unusual in that it has a six-speed manual gearbox based on a Hellcat transmission. Jeep says the 650-horsepower powertrain gets this guy to 60 mph in just 2 seconds.
Based on a Gladiator Rubicon pickup, the Bob gets its name from its truncated tale bed. Jeep hacked about a foot off the back end for better off-road ability and a unique look.
Despite looking like a bimini fabric top, there's actually a hardtop underneath there. Neat.
Jeep's range-topping Rubicon off-road trim is turning 20 years old.
It'd be rather shocking if Jeep didn't end up producing a special production model in honor of this highly successful (and profitable) trim line.
Jeep's new Grand Cherokee 4xe plug-in hybrid variant is not yet available in a Trailhawk version. Could one be in the works?
This one features 33-inch mud-terrain tires from BFGoodrich, Mopar rock rails and a roof rack.
The Jeep '41 Concept is an homage to the model's military ancestors.
Olive drab paint and a tan top drive home the patriotic theme along with a 2.0-inch lift and 35-inch tires.
The Jeep D-Coder concept has a funky two-tone look because all of the parts in red are JPP accessories that can be purchased right now. It's a rolling parts catalog.
Each of the parts in red has a corresponding QR code that can be scanned to provide more details and ordering info.
The Jeep Birdcage is built atop a 4-door 4xe plug-in hybrid model.
Jeep has removed the windshield and wipers for a hardcore open-air experience, and it's fitted the concept with a heavy-duty roof rack and massive 37-inch tires.