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Chinese-Inspired Jeep Concepts Revealed at Beijing

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We have no idea how Jeep designers can come up with so many concept cars. Only a few days ago they revealed a bunch of concepts for the 2014 Moab Easter Safari event, and now they revealed another four for the 2014 Beijing Auto Show. In fairness, these concepts are just lightly modified versions of the production models.

So maybe applying the term ‘concept’ to these cars are not true since they are very imaginative enough. But anyway let’s check out these Chinese-inspired Jeep concepts and see what makes them special. The lineup includes two interpretations of the all-new Jeep Cherokee – the Sageland and Urbane – a Jeep Wrangler called the Jeep Wrangler Sundancer, and the Zi You Xia, a special design concept based on the all-new 2015 Jeep Renegade.

The Jeep Renegade Zi You Xia is the one they are particularly proud of. It features a Warm Chocolate Gray with a contrasting Dark Anodized Bronze color, 20-inch wheels, Piano black interior trimming complete with brown leather and ‘ombre’ grey/black plaid fabric inserts.

Jeep Cherokee Sageland and Urbane design concepts pay homage to Shangri-La Region. The former features Ivory tri-coat Pearl with bronze grille collars and Satin Bronze chrome accenting, plus neutral grey Nappa leather seats with red and water blue accent stitches. The latter comes with Hyper Black accents on the roof rack, door mirror caps, grille collars, front and rear fascias, and dark red Nappa leather with bright red accent stitching with Chinese calligraphy decorative graphics.

As for the Jeep Wrangler Sundancer, the highlights include a a tri-coat Chocolate Brown metallic color with gold accents, a matching interior design, 20-inch pale gold billet aluminum wheels with polished gold inserts, and luxurious additions like Romina premium leather trimmed/wrapped floor mats.

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