Every Easter, Jeeps and other four-wheel-drive vehicles from around the country descend on Moab, Utah, for the Moab Easter Jeep Safari
. Continuing an annual tradition, Jeep has teased two concept models of the six it plans to show at this year's event, which runs from April 12-20. The first vehicles, the Jeep Wrangler MOJO and Jeep Cherokee Dakar, explore different takes on the off-roading theme, with several distinctive features visible in Jeep's two teaser images.
The Cherokee Dakar is perhaps the most striking. As standard, the Cherokee's looks are an acquired taste--but it's gained a heap more aggression in its Dakar transformation. Shown in profile view only, Jeep's image hints at wide, bolt-on arches and greatly increased ground clearance. A set of high-performance springs and shocks is likely--more than a little visible in the raised arches--and tough off-road wheels wrapped in chunky treaded tires will also make an appearance. Red detailing abounds, both on the wheels and window surrounds--as well as front and rear tow hooks.
Jeep's Wrangler MOJO concept appears less of a departure from the standard car, but the bright orange paintwork and tan-colored roof will be hard to miss. The tan detailing is replicated on the bead-lock wheel rims, while matte black accents and a black front grille contrast with the orange body. The stylized teaser image also appears to suggest a built-in winch on the car's front bumper. Jeep will release further images and details on all six cars next week, closer to the event itself._______________________________________Follow Motor Authority on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+