The Jeep Vacationeer Concept unveils four new off-road vehicles at the 2024 Easter Safari.

Jeep Unveils Exciting New Concepts for 2024 Easter Jeep Safari in Moab

It’s that time again – the annual Easter Jeep Safari is back in 2024, and Jeep enthusiasts from all over will gather in Moab, Utah, for a week of off-road adventure. This year, Jeep has unveiled a quartet of new concepts that promise to bring excitement and innovation to the event.

Every year, Jeep surprises attendees with new and radical concepts, and this year is no different. Headlining the lineup is the Jeep Vacationeer Concept, accompanied by the Jeep Low Down Concept, Willys Dispatcher Concept, and Gladiator Rubicon High Top Concept.

While some may argue that this year’s concepts don’t quite match the cool factor of last year’s offerings, such as the 1978 Jeep Cherokee with a modern hybrid powertrain and the 650-horsepower electric Wrangler known as “Magneto,” they still bring a lot to the table.

The Jeep Vacationeer Concept is a unique SUV based on the body-builder, transformed into a retro-style off-road caravan. Sporting a mint green paint job with wood paneling accents, the Vacationeer boasts a RedTail Overland Skyloft carbon fiber roof tent, Method 701 bead-grip racing wheels, 35-inch BFGoodrich mud-terrain tires, bumper-mounted lights, and roof-mounted lights. The interior, designed by Kiel fashion designer James Patrick, features Tupelo leather seats with Jeep-themed inserts and ample storage space.

The Jeep Willys Dispatcher Concept pays homage to the post-war civilian Jeep nostalgia while incorporating modern technology. This concept is based on the Wrangler 4xe hybrid platform and features green paint, white steel wheels, 36-inch Super Traxion tires, a classic Warn winch, Dana 50 Avantech axles, and an onboard air compressor.

The Jeep Gladiator Rubicon High Top Concept is the most off-road capable Gladiator to date, showcasing Jeep Performance Parts. Equipped with Dana 60 axles, an AccuAir adjustable air suspension, 40-inch BFGoodrich All-Terrain tires, a modified front bumper by American Expedition Vehicles, a Warn winch, power running boards, rock rails, and a trunk deck storage system, this Gladiator is ready for any adventure.

Last but not least, the Jeep Low Down Concept is a tribute to the Wrangler 392, featuring 42-inch BFGoodrich Krawler mud-terrain tires on beadlock wheels, high-clearance carbon fiber fenders, Dana 60 axles, and the original 392 cubic-inch V8 engine producing 475 horsepower.

The 58th Easter Jeep Safari will take place from March 23 to 31, and attendees can look forward to seeing these new concepts in action in Moab. For more updates and news on Jeep’s off-road concepts, stay tuned for coverage of the event.

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