Easter Jeep Safari Vehicles Set to Conquer Moab Trails
This year is turning out to be another good one for the Easter Jeep Safari. Off-road enthusiasts will gather in Moab, Utah from April 12-20 to tackle trails in some seriously tough Jeeps. This year, Jeep is debuting new Wrangler concept vehicles. The Level Red features a black exterior with an aggressive graphic stripe. It runs on 35-inch BFGoodrich Mud Terrain tires, but the inside is surprisingly refined with Tuscany Katzkin leather seats and red stitching. The bright orange MOJO features even larger tires and a Rubicon X front bumper. It even comes with rock rails to protect it from boulders and rocks on the roughest roads. Another Wrangler set to debut is the Maximum Performance, which comes with a Mopar black grille and prototype LED lights for nighttime maneuvers. A graphics package of the Moab landscape is shown on the hood. A number of special Cherokees are also making their debuts in Moab. The Adventurer comes with Trailhawk capability and 17-inch wheels embellished with aluminum granite crystal. Finally, the Jeep Cherokee Dakar is the "most extreme Cherokee ever," according to Chrysler. It features rock rails, 33-inch BFGoodrich Mud Terrain Tires, and estimated approach and departure angles of 32 and 39 degrees, respectively. The interior is appropriately equipped with "Machined Gunmetal" inserts and Flame Red accents. Check out the gallery below to see more Easter Jeep Safari concept vehicles. Source: Chrysler Group
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