Check Out Jeep’s Six Dope Moab Easter Safari Concepts

One sweet Grand Cherokee and five kick-ass Wranglers.

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    There's also a satin black grille, hood lock, front and rear half-door and window kits, front and rear off-road “Shorty” modified bumpers, Warn winch, Mopar flat fenders, rock rails, a vented hood, LED off-road lights and headlamps, Rubicon 10th Anniversary swing away rear tire carrier, trailer-tow hitch receiver, black taillamp guards and locking fuel door, a Jeep Performance Parts badge, a rear back-up camera display, Mopar slush mats, black door-sill guards, under-seat and center-console locking storage, locking below-floor storage box, trunk storage box, side sun visors, grab handles, Trailside winch kit and...leather seats.
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    The Jeep Wrangler Sand Trooper II packs a 5.7 liter V8 making 370 horses and 400 lb-ft, and wears Jeep Performance Parts prototype forged beadlock wheels clad in 40-inch off-road tires.
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    It uses ghtweight rock rails, black grille, black hood decal, LED headlights, locking gas cap and Rubicon tires outside, along with prototype 17-inch Jeep Performance Parts forged beadlock wheels with Rock Lobster beauty rings. Inside? Leather seat covers and a CB radio.
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    The Jeep Wrangler Slim wears a coat literally called "Rock Lobster" Now that the B-52 song is stuck in your head, we'll tell you that it was designed to be slimmed down a little versus the regular Wrangler.
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    With a custom one-piece, windowless hard top two inches lower than the regular hardtop, unique fender flares, LED headlights and taillights, this Wrangler looks sick outside—and inside, dark saddle Katzkin leather seating and copper accents on the steering wheel spokes, vent rings and passenger grab handles make things comfy inside.
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    The Jeep Wrangler Flattop was designed to be fancy inside, equipped with a luxurious interior—but with some serious off-road ability under the skin.
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    Those front seats? From the SRT Viper. The hood? A custom carbon-fiber job. The windshield and body have been chopped, and it packs custom DynaTrac Pro Rock 44 axles with 4.88 gears, and even the frame and axles were modified to cut down weight.
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    Instead of swapping in a bigger motor, for the Wrangler Stitch, Jeep started cutting pounds. This Wrangler has been shaved down to 3,000 pounds, giving it a power-to-weight ratio similar to the Grand Cherokee SRT.
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    This four-door Wrangler comes loaded with Mopar accessories: front and rear half-door and window kits, front and rear off-road modified “Stinger” bumpers, Warn winch, high-clearance flat fenders, rock rails, Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 10th Anniversary hood, prototype LED headlamps, a canvas soft top, swing-away rear tire carrier and body-color rear corner guards, taillamp guards, locking fuel door, Mopar slush mats, black door-sill guards, a locking below-floor storage box, side sun visors, grab handles, trailside winch kit...
  • Jeep-2013-Moab-Concept-2[6]
    The Jeep Wrangler Mopar Recon benefits from an engine swap—the stock V6 for a 6.4 liter Hemi V8 making 470 horses. The wheels are Jeep Performance Parts prototype forged eight-lug beadlock wheels, with 39-inch off-road tires.
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    35-inch Mickey Thompson off-road tires, custom skid plates, custom Mopar rock rails and unique fender flares all give the Trailhawk insane capability—while the SRT hood makes it look mean.
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    The Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk Concept packs Jeep's new 3.0 liter turbodiesel making 240 horsepower and 420 lb-ft of torque.

Every year around Easter, a whole bunch of Jeep enthusiasts get together in Moab, Utah for a week of off-roading and good times. These days, Jeep likes to celebrate this massing of their fans by whipping up a few custom Jeeps concepts that straddle the line between realistic and exotic in that way only the best concepts can. This year, they’re bringing no fewer than six models to the Safari (one Grand Cherokee and five Wranglers). We’ve profiled them in the photo gallery above; flip on through and check them out.