Following a preview last week, Jeep has unveiled seven new concepts for the 2015 Moab Easter Jeep Safari.

Following a preview last week, Jeep has unveiled seven new concepts for the 2015 Moab Easter Jeep Safari.

First up, the Chief concept pays tribute to the full-size Cherokee from the 1970s.  It is based on the Wrangler and features an Ocean Blue exterior with a French Bread roof and a retro-inspired grille.  The concept also has chrome bumpers, a chopped roof and 17-inch slotted mag wheels.  Other notable highlights include Dana 44 axles with lockers as well as a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine with a cold air intake.

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While the exterior is decidedly retro, the interior's “Surfer” theme leaves a lot to be desired as the multi-colored leather seats and vintage-style surf stickers look a little tacky.

Moving on, the Staff Car concept was designed as a "salute to legendary Jeep military service vehicles."  As a result, it has a military-inspired exterior with minimalist fender flares, a stretched canvas roof and 16-inch steel wheels with 35-inch Firestone NDT military tires.  The concept also has military-style headlights, bench seats, a 2-inch lift kit and Dana 44 axles.

The Wrangler Red Rock Responder goes in a different direction as it has a rugged exterior with high-top fender flares, a four-inch lift kit and 17-inch beadlock wheels with 37-inch BF Goodrich Mud Terrain T/A KM2 tires.  The model also boasts LED lights, a Warn winch and Dana 60 axles with 5.38 gearing.

The concept also has unique side cargo boxes that hold a number of accessories including a hi-lift jack, a fire extinguisher and an air compressor - among other things.

Check out the press release for additional information

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