Jeep has given an initial look at some of its concepts for its debut at the 2022 Easter Jeep Safari running April 9-17 in Moab, Utah.
Considering Safari off-roading, most of the ideas are based on Wrangler and related Gladiator pickups, but there is also one based on the new plug-in hybrid version of Grand Cherokee. There are many more powerful versions of the electric Wrangler magneto concept that we first saw at last year’s event.
Jeep Wrangler Magneto 2.0 Concept – 2022 Moab Easter Easter Jeep Safari
Jeep Wrangler Magneto 2.0 concept: Jeep showed last year that an electric Wrangler can handle rough things with the original Wrangler magneto, and with version 2.0, Zip has decided to dial higher performance. Higher up. It still has a 70-kilowatt-hour battery, divided into four units for weight distribution, but now has 625 hp and 850 pound-feet of torque to go with it, up from the previous 285 hp and 273 pound-feet.
The term magneto is probably best known for the Marvel Comics character of the same name, but its source is the term used for electric motor-generators with permanent magnets. Don’t be surprised if the name of the future electric wrangler is chosen to go to the showroom. Jeep aims to have an electric option in all SUV segments, including the Wrangler segment, by 2025.
Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk PHV Concept – 2022 Moab Easter Easter Jeep Safari
Zip Grand Cherokee Trailhawk PHV concept: The Grand Cherokee acquired a 4xe-sized plug-in hybrid option this spring, and the electric SUV served as the basis for an Easter Jeep safari. The theme of the concept was overlanding, and as a result it featured useful items such as a roof rack, roof liner, rock rails and 33-inch tires, as well as vinyl side graphics to protect against debris.
No changes were made to the powertrain, meaning a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-4 and a pair of motor-generators are packed inside. One of these motor-generators replaces the engine starter motor and the other is integrated with the transmission, in this case an 8-speed automatic. Maximum output is 375 hp and 470 pound-feet.
Zip Rubicon 20th Anniversary Concept – 2022 Moab Easter Zip Safari
Zip Rubicon 20th Anniversary Ideas: It’s hard to believe that it’s been 20 years since Wrangler got his Rubicon grade. Named after the Rubicon Trail in California, the Wrangler Rubicon proved to be a hit during its first sale in the summer of 2002, as it provided buyers with top-shelf off-roading gear directly from the factory. The list included winged 44 axles, front and rear lockers, a disconnected swing bar, rock rail, wheel flares and 31-inch tires.
To mark Rubicon’s 20th anniversary, the Jeep’s Wrangler concept is based on the V-8-powered Wrangler Rubicon 392 and features a 2-inch lift kit, 17-inch bedlock-capable wheels with 37-inch tires, a steel bumper, a There are Warne Winches. Gold toe hook, and a Rubicon on the hood called the 20th anniversary.
JPP – 2022 Moab Easter Jeep D-coder concept by Jeep Safari
The concept of zip de-coder by JPP: Moper, which offers a variety of parts for Jeep vehicles through its Jeep Performance Parts branding, was tasked with creating some ideas for Easter Jeep Safari. One of them is the Gladiator-based D-Coder, which has 35 sections from the Moper catalog — each with a QR code to make it easier for visitors to find.
These items include a gorilla glass windshield, A-pillar mounting bracket, a snorkel, cold-air intake, cat-back exhaust, a 2-inch lift kit with fox shock, and a 17-inch bedlock wheel with 37-inch tires.
JPP – 2022 Moab Easter Jeep birdcage concept by Jeep Safari
Zip birdcage concept by JPP: Tim Mopper’s second idea is the Wrangler 4xe-based Birdgage. It was designed as an off-roader for the wide-open area, and has a custom cover for the cowl area when the windshield is removed.
Other features include a 2-inch lift with fox shock, a custom front bumper with an integrated skid plate, aluminum taillight guard, 17-inch bedlock wheels with 37-inch tires and a rhino-rack cargo basket that can hold up to 600 . Pound
Zip Bob Idea – 2022 Moab Easter Zip Safari
Zip Bob concept: One of the cool ideas is the Gladiator-based Bob6 The name comes from the bobbing trend, where a pickup bed is shortened to improve the exit angle for off-roading. Here, a full foot has been removed, and the concept has acquired custom steel front and rear bumpers to further enhance its approach and exit angle.
The idea is thanks to the color mix that includes both gloss and matte finish. Inside, bright bed-lined floors and custom trim seats also make a high statement. A vented carbon hood adds a significant performance appearance and ensures better airflow in the engine, which in this case is the Gladiator’s 3.0-liter V-6 diesel.