Jeep told about the new concepts for the Easter-safariApril 3, 2019
This year’s Easter Jeep Safari, which will be held from April 13 to 21, will be attended by two specially designed concepts from Jeep.
The annual Easter Jeep Safari festival, held in Moab, Utah, USA, promises nine days for “pokatushek” on passable off-road vehicles far from civilization. This event was first held in 1967 and since then, its popularity has only grown. The guys from Jeep have been involved in safaris for several years now, offering financial support and their own cars.
Every year, American brand engineers develop concept SUVs specifically for participation in the Easter Jeep Safari, and not at the Detroit Auto Show, New York or Los Angeles.
The press service of the brand has published a couple of teasers, on which we are partially shown two new items.
The first one shows a blue SUV, or rather its driver’s door and the right side of the front of the car. Looking at this picture, you can find out in the car the newest pickup Gladiator with a short wheelbase.
A retro style badge in the form of a Jeep wing is accompanied by the “J6” badge, which most likely reminds of the 70s Jeep pickups. These trucks, which were alternately called the J10 / J20 and the Gladiator, gave their name to the newest Jeep model.
Another concept teaser is the rendering of alternating shades of black, white and yellow. As a concept, the same Gladiator pickup is selected this time with four doors. The car has large tires, as well as a crossbeam in the cargo platform.
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