With the Easter Jeep Safari just around the corner, it’s time for Jeep and Mopar to unveil the latest batch of crazy concepts. This time the new Gladiator pickup dominates all six concepts.
Most people are wowed over the Jeep Wayout, which is an overlanding concept. A two-man rooftop tent and large 270-degree canopy are made possible by the custom bed rack. The Mopar/Decked bed-drawer system keeps gear locked up and dry. For good measure, two auxiliary fuel tanks are integrated into the bedsides.
The Jeep Flatbill pays homage to Motocross culture. That means loud styling flourishes like a vented carbon hood. Thanks to the shortened front bumper and skid plate, the approach angle is improved.
Jeep combined retro and modern components for the Five-Quarter concept. While the 1968 M-715 at first just looks like a tough face, this concept actually has some serious performance upgrades like a custom-fabricated 6-foot aluminum bed, HID headlights, LED auxiliary lights, the insane Hellcrate Hemi V-8 engine, plus massive 40-inch tires. This thing sounds like a beast.
With the Jeep J6, there are two doors, a 6-foot bed, and plenty of prototype Jeep Performance Parts. This one should get the brand faithful especially worked up, because there’s a faint possibility of a kit for people to do this with their two-door Rubicon.
An obvious tribute to the CJ Scrambler, the Jeep JT Scrambler even wears all the graphics and colors from the era. The rollbar with mounted auxiliary lights are a nice touch.
Finally, the Jeep Gladiator Gravity shows off a bunch of Jeep Performance Parts you can actually buy for the new truck.