Beats looking for eggs.
With Easter coming up soon, Jeep has held with tradition and released some new concepts to be shown at the annual Jeep Safari event in Moab, UT. There are seven different concepts this year, and we've included a couple of photos of each. Three of these are based on the Wrangler. There's the Red Rock Responder, a support vehicle, the Wrangler Africa, which is lifted and diesel powered, and the Staff Car, which is very much dressed up to look like one of its WWII Willys ancestors.
The Grand Cherokee Overlander provides a trail-running alternative to the Wrangler. The Desert Hawk follows the weird Jeep tradition of sticking maps on the hoods of Renegade show cars, and the Cherokee Canyon Trail has one too, as well as a roof bike rack. But perhaps the most interesting is the Chief, made out of a Seventies Cherokee. It's a sort of pro touring approach to the concept, with modern suspension and brake components, as well as a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 under the hood. The paint is all period correct though, and the design has held up quite well.