Jeep Concept Vehicles Moab 2015
Every year, Jeep enthusiasts from about the county flock to Moab, Utah, for a nine-day Jeep off-roading extravaganza in over some of the toughest terrain to really put the trail-blazing capability of their vehicles to the test. And every year, Jeep engineers take advantage of this gathering of Jeep fans to test out some of the coolest new upgrade features and concept vehicles. Keep reading to check out the seven Jeep Concept Vehicles from the Moab Easter Safari 2015.
Inspired by Surfer sensibilities and the classic Jeep Cherokee, the bright blue-and-white Chief has fanciful flowery interior accent colors and plenty of room in the back for cargo of any shape or size .
Jeep Staff Car
An homage to the original Jeep, which was designed to carry military personnel through the most dangerous and rugged country, the Staff Car is based on an open air Wrangler with a minimalistic interior.
Jeep Wrangler Africa
Featuring a high-clearance front bumper, an extended rear body, diesel engine, and room for auxiliary fuel tanks, the Jeep Wrangler Africa is ready for any adventure with or without roads.
Jeep Renegade Desert Hawk
A testing ground for the latest new features from Mopar, Jeep’s service parts and customer car division, the Desert Hawk features new add-ons like off-road rock rails, a skid plate kit, all-weather floor mats, and a trailer hitch receiver.
Jeep Grand Cherokee Overlander
With integrated front winch, tow hooks, off-road rock rails and skid plates, the confident green Overlander is designed for serious wilderness camping with the security of an enclose and large cargo vehicle.
Jeep Cherokee Canyon Trail
The Canyon Trail is optimized for off-road performance with skid plates for the underbody, fuel tank, oil pan and front suspension. But it’s also stylish with Satin Black hood and roof accents contrasting the Desert Tan exterior.
Jeep Wrangler Red Rock Responder
The fire engine red Rock Responder is outfitted with multiple tools like fire extinguishers, first aid kit, and vehicle jack to respond to off-road emergencies The open back diversifies its cargo options.
Each of these neat concept vehicles pushes the edge of what a Jeep can handle and how they do it. We’re excited to see what features and accessories from these work their way into new Jeeps and upgrade options in the future.