Every year, Jeep is organizing the Moab Easter Safari festival, where it presents its most unusual off-roads.
This year, seven special cars are dedicated to the 75 year anniversary of the company:
1. Jeep Trailcat – running on a 6.2 liter V8 from Dodge SRT Hellcat and Challenger SRT Hellcat, which produces 707 hp! It has no roof and comes in an electric green color.
2. Jeep Crew Chief 715 – this is more of a military car, based on Wrangler Unlimited. It is powered by a 3.6 liter Pentastar V6 engine, working with a 5 phase transmission. It has stainless steel bumpers, 20 inch wheels and cool army related details.
3. Shortcut – being also based on Wrangler and dedicated to the classic CJ-5, this car has a short chassis, a special grille and no doors. It runs on 17 inch wheels wrapped in BF-Goodrich T/A KM2 tires.
4. Trailstorm – this car is dedicated to travelling on seriously bumpy surfaces. It has an additional fuel tank, special off-road tires and runs on a 3.6 liter V6, teamed up with a 5 phase automatic transmission.
5. FC-150 – probably the most unusual concept in this series, this is a genuine working car from the 50s-60s. The resurrected model is based on the Jeep Wrangler 2005 chassis and has 17 inch wheels, wrapped in BF-Goodrich T/A KM2.
6. Jeep Comanche – this Jeep is based on Renegade, being powered by a 2 liter diesel engine, teamed up with a 9 phase automatic transmission. This Jeep blends the civilian and army features graciously.
7. Renegade Commander – a special version of the Renegade, it has a modified suspension, BF Goodrich All-Terrain KO2 wheels and a special exterior finish. The Jeep is running on a 2.4 liter Tigershark engine, working with a 9 phase automatic transmission and the Active Drive Lock system.