Jeep has released images of a pair of new concept vehicles ahead of the firm’s annual Moab Easter safari.
The two concepts are set to be unveiled in full next week, with these images the first glimpse of what we can expect.
The first appears to be based on the new Jeep Gladiator pick-up, with the picture showing a double-cab car with a large rear bed section. Large arches are fitted over off-road-ready knobbly tyres, while it also appears to be carrying a motorcycle.
It also sports a bold colour scheme, with highlighter-yellow contrasting with black stripes.
The second looks to be based on a standard Wrangler, albeit one finished in blue with a ‘J6’ badge. This is likely a reference to the classic CJ-6 Jeep, which was sold from 1955 to 1975. Apart from the off-road tyres and bright blue exterior colour, not much else is given away.
The annual Moab Easter Safari is a traditionally an event which plays host to some of the wildest, most off-road-ready concepts from Jeep. Previous models have featured upgraded powertrains and serious hardware upgrades, designed to make them as capable as possible on the rough stuff.
We’ll have to wait and see what these two concepts will look like in full until April 13.