Jeep previews Wrangler and Cherokee Easter Jeep Safari concepts: Mojo and Dakar are just two Jeeps slated for Moab debut

Mojo and Dakar are just 2 Jeeps slated for Moab debut

Jeep has just launched the 1st teaser photos of the Cherokee Dakar and Wrangler Mojo concepts, prior to their debut at the 2014 Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah.

The Wrangler Mojo characteristics an orange and black exterior with a redesigned front bumper, a blacked-out front fascia and substantial profile off-road wheels that are just the thing for traveling about the rock formations of Moab. No details just nevertheless on how Jeep has tricked out the interior of this a single, although we expect it’;ll carry on the orange exterior and black style theme.

The information of the Cherokee Dakar idea is a bit tough to make out in this teaser shot, even though it seems that Jeep has redesigned the wheelarches for large-profile off-street tires, in addition to tinkering with the trip height and the front and rear bumpers. Jeep also appears to have integrated tow hooks to the redesigned front and rear fascia, not unexpected for a rock-climbing concept car. For this notion, Jeep has also additional red accents to the frame of the greenhouse, with the red accent theme continuing to the customized off-road 5-spoke wheels.

Last year Jeep unveiled a total of 6 concepts at the annual Easter Jeep Safari, including the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk, the Wrangler Stitch, the Wrangler Mopar Recon, and other individuals. In earlier many years, Jeep has also proven the Jeep Forward Management, which we desperately wanted to see as a manufacturing truck, but understand why Jeep may possibly be a minor reluctant to commit to this kind of a project (frontal crash efficiency might be tricky to accomplish). But we’;ll settle for the return of the Gladiator.

Jeep is set to unveil the 2 concepts at the Easter Jeep Safari, taking spot in Moab, Utah from April twelve-twenty.

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