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For the annual off-road trip to Moab, Utah, Jeep engineers and designers created yet another astounding array of custom 4x4s.

Jeep claims that its 2022 Easter Jeep Safari series of customised off-roaders is the best the business has ever had, and it’s simple to see why. The Safari is in its 56th year this year.

The iconic off-road brand delivered 10 interesting motorcycles with bespoke equipment and upgrade parts from the company’s Mopar parts business, which add to their unique appearance and greater capability. Every year, Jeep brings these thrilling cars to the Utah desert to test new concepts and meet with the company’s most ardent fans to gauge their reactions to new product ideas.

Jeep Wrangler Magneto 2.0 concept

With some intriguing characteristics, Jeep’s Magneto 2.0 delivers an exhilarating look of the brand’s battery-electric future. Jeep claims the following specifications: Custom-built axial flux electric motor with a maximum speed of 5,250 rpm. The propulsion system is controlled by a six-speed manual transmission. An 800-volt system is powered by four lithium-ion battery packs with a combined power of 70 kW/h. For the high-tech motor, an inverter derived from race cars transforms DC electricity into AC.

Jeep ’41 concept

The concept is inspired by World War II and is dressed in period-appropriate olive drab. A current Wrangler 4xe plug-in hybrid electric powertrain combines two electric motors, a high-voltage battery pack, a 2.0-litre turbocharged I-4 engine, and a TorqueFlite eight-speed automatic transmission beneath the hood. The ’41 concept rides on a 2-inch lift kit from Jeep Performance Parts, 35-inch mud-terrain tyres, and 17-inch Fifteen52 wheels in D.R.A.B. ’41 matte green.


Jeep Bob concept

The Gladiator pickup truck “Bob” gets its moniker from the fact that its bed has been bobbed short by one foot for better rear departure angles. A 3-inch lift with custom off-road suspension components, Dynatrac Pro-Rock 60 axles supported by a mix of King Coils and Bypass shocks, and large 40-inch tyres attached to 20-inch beadlock wheels further enhance Bob’s off-road performance.

Jeep Birdcage concept

The Jeep open-air experience is highlighted in the Birdcage concept. It doesn’t even have a windshield to keep the fresh air flowing! A 2-inch lift kit, Fox shocks adjusted for the 4xe hybrid powertrain, a skid plate, a Warn winch, and JPP Beadlock wheels with BFGoodrich KM3 37-inch tyres are included.

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