Jeep and Mopar built seven concepts for the next safari

Jeep and Mopar built seven concepts for the next safari

March 20, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

At the end of this month in the United States will be held a traditional annual safari, in which new concepts will take part.

Jeep and Mopar built seven special SUVs together, which will take part in the 52nd Easter Safari, scheduled for the end of March in the town of Moab, Utah. Five concepts are based on a new generation of Wrangler, one on Renegade and one on Wagoneer.

The concept of the Jeep 4Speed ​​is based on the versions of Pork Chop (2011) and Stitch (2013). Engineers have facilitated a standard SUV, installing carbon hoods and wings, as well as aluminum perforated footboards. The car’s clearance is increased by 51 mm, Dana 44 bridges with a 4.10 gear ratio and 18-inch wheels with BF Goodrich Mud Terrain off-road tires are installed. The 4Speed ​​version is equipped with a two-liter turbo engine, and the rear of the body is transformed into a trunk.

Jeep Sandstorm is built in the style of racing SUVs. The concept has a four-lever long suspension (356 mm in front and 457 mm at the rear), a built-in compressor, additional lighting, a carbon fiber hood, a safety frame combined with a body structure, 17-inch wheeled wheels, rubberized BF Goodrich Krawler 39.5 inch.

The Jeep B-Ute is based on Renegade. He has an elevated suspension, a trunk on the roof and side protection of the rapids, as well as 17-inch wheels with a 30-mm flight.

The conceptual Jeep Wagoneer Roadtrip uses the 1965 model of the same name as a donor with an extended wheelbase, reinforced frame and Dana 44 bridges with locks, adjustable shock absorbers and 33-inch off-road tires.

Jeep Nacho – is a standard Wrangler in the performance of Rubicon with additional accessories of Jeep Performance Parts: the car was equipped with a new hood, cold inlet system, LED lighting modules (including for communication of drivers when driving in a column) on the front pillars and protection of the radiator grille, and wheels 37 inches.

The Jeep Jeepster is modeled after the 1966 model. The key features of the SUV was a two-tone body, a windshield tilted 2.5 degrees back, additional LED lighting and other upgrades.

The last prototype – Jeep J-Wagon decorated with elements from the catalog Mopar, installed a new bumper, 17-inch wheels and 35-inch rubber.

For the Easter safari in 2017, Jeep also built a number of concepts.

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