The Annual Easter Jeep Safari is an event that the auto world looks forward to eagerly. And this year, Jeep has decided to give everyone a treat by releasing five insane concepts, each standing out with their new tech and unique features. The off-roading event is slated to be held in Moab, Utah, this year and there is plenty to look forward to.
Jeep Grand One:
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Grand Cherokee, so Jeep engineers decided to go all out and update the iconic model with some sweet new tech. The car still retains its 5.2-litre V8 but it has been updated with a cold-air intake and freer-flowing exhaust. It stands much taller with higher ground clearance and even the wheelbase has been extended, making it much roomier. To manage the trails of Moab well, the model will be fitted with a set of 33-inch off-road tyres.
This model has been designed to ensure every single passenger in the car is thoroughly entertained. The design makes sure that everyone gets enough of a view by providing a clear roof and set of 'windoors' made of aluminium and clear vinyl. The roof has also been provided with a drone-dock, so the car has everything for adventure enthusiasts.
Perhaps the best option in this line-up if you’re looking for a wholesome family off-roading experience. The car runs on 18-inch wheels, roof rack cross rails, and lower rock rails, as well as the roof cargo bag and traction mats. The deep green of the exterior is carried forward to the interiors as well, which features Katzkin leather and bezel accents, while the power comes from a 2.4-litre Tigershark engine.
The Quicksand is, in essence, an updated version of the Wrangler. The model even has a parachute bag in the back. It’s powered by a Mopar 392 Crate Hemi engine mated to a six-speed manual gearbox.
This one is based on the Wrangler Unlimited and features front and rear Dana 44 axles, a 4.0-inch lift with remote reservoir Fox shocks, heavy duty cast differential covers and 37-inch tyres.