Less than a week after the Jeep Easter Safari, the time has come for what seems to be the final tease before Moab Shindig. The modified Wagoneer sees business in yellow and we already have questions about the Wrangler bumper with teal hooks, here are the Jeep captions for his two teasers at the end: “The final group of concept sketches for the Jeep Brand and Jeep Performance Parts by Mopar will take true off-road enthusiasts on electrified rides along memory lane, past and present. pushes the boundaries of electrification, and their dominating performance will be the centerpiece of the 57th Annual Easter Jeep Safari.” The Wagoneer will be on the past side of Memory Lane.
It is now a Wrangler identified by the “Magneto 3.0” on the hood. I’d like to think that this is some sort of tie-in with his 20th Century Fox on X-Men Adventures. authorityPerhaps this is the best way to introduce you to the ‘electric’ part of electromagnetism instead, and the 3.0-bit means that Jeep will also unveil magnetoelectric concepts in 2021 and 2022, with the last 625 hp concept. It shows what it shows.
Whatever these are, they join many other concepts among Utah’s red rocks. One concept that looks like a regular cab shortbed pickup could be a truncated two-door Gladiator but it may not be. Several vehicles will also be on display showcasing his colorful work of performance parts on Jeep, including the Wrangler Unlimited 4xe plug-in hybrid, believed to be an improved version of the Wrangler Rubicon Anniversary Edition shown in Chicago this year. New parts include a tube door and some sort of net or cargo mount behind the door, two of which would be braces for the upgrade. Find out what parts are in today’s catalog and what to expect.