BMW drivers don’t have the best reputation when it comes to parking successfully between the white lines, and the lackluster job this 5 Series driver did doesn’t help. We can’t tell from the video, but we’d guess that the Wrangler didn’t suffer nearly as bad as the 5er. Also, don’t use your car to push someone else’s without their permission. Now, damaging other people’s property because they park like fools isn’t reasonable behavior by any means, but it surely wouldn’t hurt society if everyone just parked like civilized beings. The lines are there for a reason, people.
Jeep teases its Easter Safari Wrangler concepts
Every year ahead of the Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Jeep shows off some wild concepts based on Jeep products. Let’s start with the Switchback, which appears to be a Wrangler Unlimited that features metal doors with large cutaways in them. They look like a cross between factory metal half-doors and the tubular trail doors that are a popular aftermarket add-on. Could it be a dune buggy of sorts, a Jeep analogue to the Baja Bugs or Meyers Manxs so popular in the 1960s and 1970s? If you’ll remember last year , the company showed off a Hellcat-powered Wrangler concept called the Trailcat and some retro-inspired pickups, like a neo-Forward Control and one resembling the classic military Kaiser M715.This year, we’re getting a sneak preview of two of the concepts Jeep will be showing off.
In true restomod fashion, Jeep kept the important Grand Cherokee styling cues intact but updated them for 2017 . The first Grand Cherokee , or ZJ, as avid Jeep enthusiasts call it, might not be everyone’s favorite Jeep, but it did lay the groundwork for future high-end SUVs . While not as wild as, say, a CJ-2A , one of this year’s concepts is a restomodded 1993 Grand Cherokee. Share PinterestEmailFor the 51st annual Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah, Jeep put together some of the coolest concept vehicles you’ll see hitting trails this year . Dubbed “Grand One,” this ZJ’s name might even be a callback to the 1989 Concept 1 , the Grand Cherokee’s auto show concept.
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