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Jeep Grand OneThe Jeep Grand One is a nicely modified 1993 Grand Cherokee. Jeep SafariThis Jeep Wrangler is all about the view. Here’s a glimpse at all five concepts, revealed just in time for this year’s Easter Jeep Safari. Jeep QuicksandThe heart of the Jeep Quicksand concept is a Mopar 6.4-litre Hemi V8 crate engine, with 1960s-style velocity stack injection. This Wrangler features LED headlights and tail lights, plus LED spot lights and bumper lights.
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Jeep shows off cool concepts for annual Moab meet
Jeep Safari Concept is one of the vehicle concepts that the brand will show in Moab over Easter (Photo: FCA US LLC)AUBURN HILLS, Mich. — Jeep enthusiasts just got an early Easter surprise — a basketful of cool concept offroad vehicles. The rides were stationary at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles headquarters here, but they are ready to hit the trails for the 51st annual Easter Jeep Safari on April 8 to 16 in Moab, Utah. “Go fast and look good … and if you’re not smiling, get out,” said Mark Allen, head of Jeep design, as walked around the hot rod Jeep Quicksand, which was “built for sand dunes.” A shiny black hot rod-inspired Wrangler, a Jeep Safari Wrangler with see-through doors and a Grand Cherokee with a “modernized spin” on the 1993 ZJ, the first generation for the storied SUV, all were on display. A Jeep Safari’s see-through “windoors” were made of aluminum and clear vinyl and had cabinet-style hinges and zipper openings to let in fresh air.
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