/2014 Moab: Jeep Wrangler Concepts

2014 Moab: Jeep Wrangler Concepts

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Jeep fans, and off-road enthusiasts in general, look forward to the annual Moab Easter Jeep Safari because of all the amazing concept cars they bring to the event. This year there are six new models coming to Moab, including three Jeep Wrangler concepts, two Cherokees, and one Grand Cherokee.

Let’s check out the Wranglers first, as they are usually the most interesting ones of the bunch. The lineup includes Wrangler Level Red, Wrangler MOJO, and Wrangler Maximum Performance.

The Wrangler Level Red is the ultimate off-road warrior, featuring Jeep Performance Parts 2-inch lift kit, Dana 44 crate axles, and Rock-Trac transfer case. It is powered by a 36 liter V6 engine and has a Pitch Black exterior styled with TorRed prototype graphic stripe and Rubicon 10th anniversary bumpers.

Other goodies include tire carrier, a locking gas cap, a hood prop kit and Jeep Performance Parts rock rails, Tuscany Katzkin leather seats, all-weather floor mats, grab handles, and a lockable storage bin under the seat.

Jeep Wrangler MOJO features a bright range paint work with “Shorty” bumpers and prototype flat-top fenders and 37-inch Goodrich tires. It benefits from 2-inch lift, locking Dana 44 front and rear axles and a 4:1 Rock-Trac transfer case, and a modified 3.6 liter V6.

Inside the cabin the MOJO features two-tone instrument panel and console, black Katzkin seat covers and all-terrain mats.

Jeep Wrangler Maximum Performance, as the name suggests, is the athlete of the group, boasting push-button electric-locking Dana 60 axles at the front and rear, as well as 4.88 gearing and the 4:1 Rock-Trac transfer case, plus a 4-inch lift kit.

The Blue exterior features “Stinger” front bumper, a front bumper skid plate, Jeep Performance Parts Rubicon rock rails, Mopar black grille, and prototype LED lights mounted to the top. The cabin follows the same theme, with Katzkin leather seats, satin trim on the instrument panel, shift knob and HVAC controls, and black steering wheel and handles.

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