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New Jeep Concepts Revealed at 2015 Moab Easter Safari

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The 2015 collection of Easter Jeep Safari concept vehicles were designed with a combination of production and prototype Jeep Performance Parts. While some Jeep models are more off-road oriented than others, all versions are truly trail-worthy machines that are sure to dominate any terrain with force. Check out our own collection of Jeep-brand vehicles at Chapman Chrysler Jeep.

“Jeep is proud to be taking 7 new eye-catching and extremely capable vehicles to the Easter Jeep Safari, where we expect to delight our most loyal enthusiasts,” said Mike Manley, President and CEO of the Jeep Brand. Furthermore, he added “We go to this legendary event each year to showcase our latest Jeep production vehicles, as well as a variety of new ideas in our concept vehicles. In doing so, we receive a tremendous amount of valuable feedback, while interacting with our customers in the Jeep brand’s natural environment. We’re especially looking forward to this year’s Jeep Safari, as Renegade makes its official public debut on Moab’s demanding trails.”

 
Jeep Chief

From the onset, the Jeep Chief is a classic throwback tribute to its earlier predecessors – the full-size Jeep Cherokee. For beach goers everywhere, this Wrangler-based concept vehicle not only turns back the hands of time but also appeals to the laid-back, California beach surfer lifestyle. Who wouldn’t want to go back to the classic, nostalgia beach days and fun rides in the sun?

 
Exterior Design

Its custom exterior design boasts a rather vintage Ocean Blue with a white, French Bread roof exterior color scheme. It offers a custom modified razor grille that the original Wagoneer made popular. You can’t overlook the striking halogen headlamps, offering removable sides for an open-air feel and flexible hauling for those that require a vehicle with real manpower.   You can also check out its chrome front and rear bumpers, including 17-inch slotted mag wheels for a true ’70s vibe that is guaranteed to make any enthusiastic off-roader nostalgic.

 
Interior Design

Jeep designers decided to go with a Hawaiian themed interior complete with Jeep-designed “Surfer” pink, blue and white flowered cloth, and leather-trimmed seats. The design is further topped off with distinct exquisiteness. The interior includes vintage-style surf stickers on the center console and door handles. Up front it offers a Rosewood front-passenger grab handle and tiki-style shifter handle, featuring a Uconnect 8.4-inch touchscreen media center. The Jeep Chief’s doors and windshield were reduced by 2 inches and also boasts a variety of Jeep Performance components. These components include a 2-inch lift kit with Fox shocks, front and rear Dana 44 axles with lockers, cold air intake, and modified Rubicon rock rails. Engine-wise the Chief is horse-powered by the 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 engine, mated to a six-speed manual transmission to attack any trail with ferocity.

 
Jeep Staff

The Jeep Staff Car was built as a glorious tribute to legendary Jeep military service vehicles. The open-air Wrangler 4-door-based concept vehicle is a symbol of rugged functionality with heritage design cues. Imagine authenticity with historic credibility. It is noticeable observing the form of the original Jeep military service vehicles. In its minimalist form, the standard steel wheels, minimalist fender flares, “hungry horse”-stretched canvas roof, and bench seats mimic the original military Jeep vehicles.

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