Jeep's Safari Concept is based on a Wrangler Unlimited. Despite its tough looks, it's actually designed with family fun in mind.
You didn't really think Jeep would present a whole slate of concept vehicles without having one with a roof-mounted drone, did you?
The Safari is actually shortened 8 inches, with 4 inches cropped from front and back.
There's only a modest 2-inch suspension lift compared to the standard Rubicon suspension, but the Safari looks tougher thanks in part to a fender lift.
Clear doors are unique, particularly with the rear-hinged back units that open suicide-style.
Jeep Performance Parts fitted to this vehicle include Dana 44 axles front and rear, complete with selectable diff locks. A full set of one-off full-length skid plates keeps the underbody protected.
It's like a greenhouse in there.
Highlighter-yellow trim is tastefully done.
Jeep is finally getting around to upgrading lights on its production Wrangler, but it's been experimenting with different units in concepts for years.
Under the hood isn't a big, burly V8, it's Fiat Chrysler's ubiquitous 3.6-liter Pentastar V6.
Tires are 35-inch BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain KM2 tires on special 18-inch alloys.
This is a clever detail -- an onboard air system to easily air tires back up after a hard day on the trail.
Are you finger-pull door handles repurposed from an original NA Mazda MX-5 Miata? You certainly look like it.