Jeep and Mopar have once again joined forces to create a selection of concept Jeep vehicles for the upcoming 50th annual Easter Jeep Safari, taking place in Moab, Utah, March 1927.

The Jeep Wrangler “Trailcat” concept and the Jeep “Crew Chief” are two of the seven new vehicles that will head to Moab. Look for more information and images on these vehicles later this month.

The Easter Jeep Safari is attended by thousands of die-hard off-road enthusiasts, who each year enjoy a week of serious off-roading on some of the country’s most rugged and recognizable trails.

The Jeep concept vehicles built for Moab are created by a small team of dedicated, passionate engineers, designers and fabricators that have been customizing production vehicles since 2002, and have introduced more than 50 concept vehicles for the enthusiasts who attend the popular Easter Jeep Safari.

Easter Jeep Safari consists of trail rides, mostly day long trips, departing from Moab, Utah throughout the nine-day-long event. The Jeep Safari was started in 1967 by the Moab Chamber of Commerce as a one-day trail ride. Over the years, as participation grew, the Safari grew and expanded until it finally reached the current nine-day event. “Big Saturday” still remains the culmination of the event on the Saturday of Easter weekend.

The Jeep “Crew Chief” is one of seven new concepts Jeep has

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