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The Jeep Switchback concept is one you can actually buy, with the help of the aftermarket.
Just grab a Jeep Rubicon Unlimited and hit the Jeep Performance Parts catalog, but be prepared to spend about $15,000.
Jeep brought the outdoors in with lots of windows and a translucent roof in the Safari concept.
An iPad integrated into the dash brings a flash of tech to the cabin. There is also a drone on the roof for trail scouting.
Jeep Quicksand concept is the dune-bashing ratrod Jeep we didn't know we needed until we saw it.
The Mopar 392 Hemi engine with eight stack injection in the Quicksand is good for 485 horsepower.
The Jeep Luminator concept has so many LED lights you can probably see it from space.
Inside are two LED light bars, protected from the elements.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee, designers brought out the Grand One concept.
The inside of the Grand One is fresh out of the early 1990s, including a Game Boy and a period correct cell phone.
Take a frame from the last generation Jeep TJ, throw a 1966 CJ body on it and accessorize with current Jeep JK parts and you have the Jeep CJ66 concept.
The simplicity of the interior and the 5.7-liter V8 engine make this concept one of our favorites this year.
The latest Jeep Compass also got the concept-y treatment with the Trailpass.
Take a Jeep Compass Trailhawk and put an inch and half lift on it and some bigger tires, and essentially you got yourself a Trailpass.
Scroll through for more concept pictures from Easter Jeep Safari, starting here with the Jeep Switchback.
Jeep Switchback concept
Jeep Safari concept.
Jeep Safari concept
Jeep Quicksand concept.
Jeep Quicksand concept
Jeep Luminator concept.
Jeep Luminator concept
Jeep Grand One concept.
Jeep CJ66 concept.
Jeep Compass Trailpass concept.
Jeep Compass Trailpass concept