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April 8, 2019

By: Jonathan

CARS

Jeep Debuts Six Concepts Ahead Of Easter Jeep Safari

The 43rd annual Easter Jeep Safari is a week long off-road celebration April 13-21 in the desert near Moab, Utah so it’s only fitting that Jeep and Mopar are using the event as a launching pad for their newest concepts.

All six Jeeps feature production and concept parts from Mopar which makes all Jeep Performance Parts and the event doubles as a bit of a proving ground for them. This year’s Jeeps range from military inspired to 80s and motocross to camping. Each equally unique and cool in their own right it’s the Five-Quarter that’s stolen our heart. The name stems from the past referencing a time when Jeep’s were one-and-one-quarter tons aka Five-Quarters and while the name is old school, the Five-Quarter is all-new. New leaf springs, Dynatrac Pro-rock front and rear axels and 6.2-liter supercharged “Hellcrate” HEMI V8 have turned a classic into an over 700hp restomod beast.

Via Jeep:

-Jeep Wayout: A fully capable overland concept utilizing the all-new Jeep Gladiator’s best-in-class payload to allow for a full roof-top tent and custom canopy
-Jeep Flatbill: Extreme 4×4 capability and utility of all-new Jeep Gladiator with a playful nod to Motocross culture
-Jeep Five-Quarter: “Resto-Mod” of 1968 Jeep M-715 Gladiator-based military vehicle is a true 4×4 showpiece featuring a blend of vintage and modern chassis and drivetrain components
-Jeep J6: Mixes classic Jeep truck styling with concept and production Jeep Performance Parts and accessories from Mopar
-Jeep JT Scrambler: Combines retro 1980s-era appearance with Jeep Performance Parts and innovative touches
-Jeep Gladiator Gravity: Rock-climber-themed trail vehicle courtesy of launch-ready Jeep Performance Parts

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