The all-new Jeep Wrangler Red Rock Concept looks like the type of package that Jeep would have revealed at the Easter Jeep Safari earlier this year. Although Jeep saved it for SEMA, the package is inspired by the 50th anniversary of the annual Jeep lovers' gathering in Moab and the Red Rock 4-Wheelers club that organizes it. Show More Summary
Jeep ran through the Nevada desert in the Wrangler Red Rock concept to get to SEMA this year, foreshadowing the special edition to follow in celebration of the 50th Easter Jeep Safari next year. Continue reading Jeep rocks the Wrangler...Show More Summary
The company will build 50 production units as a tribute to the upcoming 50th Easter Jeep Safari.
Every year, the Red Rock 4-Wheelers club hosts the Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah, a celebration of all things Jeep where the carmaker typically unveils a series of concept vehicles. With the 50th anniversary of the Easter Jeep Safari coming up, Jeep decided to tip its hat to the Red Rock 4-Wheelers with a modified Wrangler concept for this...
Quigley has been up-fitting full-size vans with four-wheel-drive for decades, including those from GM, Nissan, and Ford, and now has begun transforming Ford’s newest van – the Transit. Quigley Motors' 4x4 Ford Transit Takes on the 2015 Easter Jeep Safari: Video originally appeared on topspeed.com on Friday, 15 May 2015 16:30 EST. read more
The Moab Easter Jeep Safari has been happening for almost half a century, and the event has developed a deserved reputation for showcasing some incredibly cool Jeep concepts. Past outings have seen appearances from spectacular beasts like 2012's gloriously non-production-appropriate Mighty FC Concept. But this year, the star of the show was the...
Rather than just ooh and aah at Jeep's Easter Safari concepts, we put them through their paces off-road in Moab, Utah. Continue reading 2015 Easter Jeep Safari Concepts 2015 Easter Jeep Safari Concepts originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 08 Apr 2015 11:57:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
Moab, Utah–April 1, 2015– More than 50 volunteers turned out on Tuesdayduring the Easter Jeep Safari to help improve Moab’s popular Sevenmile Rim Trail and Wipe Out Hill. Volunteers constructed nearly a half mile of fencing to help more clearly delineate the trail and reduce impact on the surrounding areas. Show More Summary
The 2015 Easter Jeep Safari is still going strong through this weekend, coming to a close on April 5th. Already several days into the annual off-roading event, Jeep is showing off its crop of EJS concept vehicles in this B-roll video. 2015 Easter Jeep Safari Concepts tackle Moab: Video originally appeared on topspeed.com on Friday, 3 April 2015 14:30 EST. read more
Episode #423 of the Autoblog Podcast is here. This week, we discuss the concept vehicles for the Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, and the Cadillac CT6, its engines, and plans for the brand. Continue reading Autoblog Podcast #423 Autoblog Podcast #423 originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 24 Mar 2015 19:00:00 EST. Show More Summary
Jeep’s lineup of concept vehicles for the 2015 Easter Jeep Safari wouldn’t be complete without one of its newest products. Meet the 2015 Jeep Cherokee Canyon Trail concept. This Jeep gets a host of upgrades and off-road performance parts for tackling the tough trails of Moab, Utah. Show More Summary
Proving that the Easter Jeep Safari is about more than just the iconic Wrangler, the Jeep Grand Cherokee Overlander shows what kind of potential Jeep’s popular SUV could have in store for the adventurous types. While most of these Easter...Show More Summary
Jeep has unveiled no less than seven new concepts ahead of its 49th Easter Jeep Safari, designed to showcase Mopar options and Jeep Performance Parts available to enthusiasts. The model count for the flock of concepts is as follows:Show More Summary
Jeep always impresses with its annual barrage of concept vehicles designed for Easter Jeep Safari. This year, it's really outdone itself. Not only has it revealed the burliest Wrangler pickup concept we've seen yet, but it also has an...Show More Summary
We get up close and personal with he one-off Jeep concepts heading to Moab, UT for the 49th Annual Easter Jeep Safari. Continue reading Hands on with the concepts of the Moab Easter Jeep Safari Hands on with the concepts of the Moab Easter Jeep Safari originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 20 Mar 2015 17:01:00 EST. Show More Summary
Of all seven concept vehicles Jeep has debuted ahead of the 2015 Easter Jeep Safari, the Jeep Red Rock Responder is the most purposeful. As its name suggests, the Red Rock is a support and response vehicle built to service other vehicles on the trail. 2015 Jeep Wrangler Red Rock Responder originally appeared on topspeed.com on Friday, 20 March 2015 15:30 EST. read more
With a little over a week to go until the 49th Easter Jeep Safari, Jeep has unveiled all seven of the concept vehicles that will be making the trek out to Moab. Each of these exciting concepts help showcase the passion that exists within...Show More Summary
We drive the Lucra LC470; Jeep reveals seven new concepts for the Moab Easter Safari; we detail the top 10 compact cars with the longest driving range. Those are Autoblog's top stories for Thursday, March 19, 2015. Continue reading What you missed on 3.19.15 What you missed on 3.19.15 originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 19 Mar 2015 19:32:00 EST. Show More Summary
One of the most eye-catching members of the 2015 Easter Jeep Safari concept vehicles is the Staff Car. It’s basically a current Jeep Wrangler JK modified to look like the original Willys MB, complete with flat fenders, no doors, classic Firestone NDT tires, and a matte, sand-colored paint job. Show More Summary
Every year Jeep pulls the covers off several concept vehicles just ahead of the Easter Jeep Safari held in Moab, Utah, and 2015 is no different. This year’s crop includes seven, fully custom Jeep vehicles from the new Renegade to the trusty Cherokee and Grand Cherokee siblings and of course the rough and tumble Wrangler. Show More Summary