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The 2024 Easter Jeep Safari is Promising a New Willys EV and Even More Capable Jeep Wrangler

In less than two weeks, we will see what rugged new concepts Jeep designers are dreaming up for the 58th Annual Easter Jeep Safari. See some of the sneak peeks!

The countdown is on for one of the most exciting Jeep events of the year. The 58th annual Easter Jeep Safari will take place in Moab, Utah from March 23-31, 2024. Jeep is releasing sneak peeks of some of its ultra-capable and unmistakable Jeep and Jeep Performance Parts by Mopar Concept Vehicles developed for this annual event. As I have reported previously, Jeep fans converge on Utah to see, and test drive the vehicles. Depending on the fan’s reactions, many of the concepts will end up in production. Some of the concepts will become special packages that can be ordered straight from the factory.

Jeep PhotoAnnual Outing Highlights Off-Roading Innovations

For nearly six decades, thousands of rock-crawling devotees and Jeep brand enthusiasts have gathered to take part in one of the largest off-road gatherings in the world, hosted by Moab’s Red Rock 4-Wheelers club.

Sneak Peeks Tease Huge Tires and New Capability

Several “trail markers” leading up to the event will provide clues for what’s in store for this year’s Easter Jeep Safari lineup. One photo shows a brilliant orange vehicle that is a Desert-Rated 4x4”. There is a skull painted beneath the badge and a word that starts with EV, could be evolution? It would suggest the vehicle is an incredibly capable EV.

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Another sketch shows a flared red fender with a huge off-road tire, Jeep is known for its off-roading prowess. This could be Jeep taking its reputation to another level. Stay tuned as we feature more of Jeep’s sneak peeks into its Easter Jeep Safari. Stellantis took some time off of its public schedule to save money, so Jeep and Mopar designers have had a lot of time to work on dazzling new off-roading packages.


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Mary Conway is a professional automotive journalist and has decades of experience specializing in automotive news analysis. She covered the Detroit Three for more than twenty years for the ABC affiliate, in Detroit. Her affection for the Motor City comes naturally. Her father ran a gas station while Mary was growing up, in Wisconsin.

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