Jeep has provided an early look at some of its Wrangler concepts set to debut at the Easter Jeep Safari running March 27 to April 4 in Moab, Utah. Yes, the event is still on despite recent media reports that it was canceled due to Covid-19 restrictions.

One of the concepts will be a battery-electric Wrangler that Jeep first announced in February. On Tuesday, the automaker released some new teaser sketches and one of them hints at the electric Wrangler being called a Magneto. The teaser sketch shows a Wrangler with the script “MAGNeTO” located on the hood at the same spot where a “RUBICON” script would sit for the Rubicon model.

The term Magneto is probably most famous for the Marvel Comics character of the same name, but its origin is the term used for electric motor-generators with permanent magnets. Thus we're likely to see Jeep use the Magneto name for its electric Wrangler concept.

Teaser for Jeep Wrangler concept debuting at 2021 Moab Easter Safari

Teaser for Jeep Wrangler concept debuting at 2021 Moab Easter Safari

A previous teaser shows how engineers have squeezed in the batteries into the chassis of the electric Wrangler. We can also spot driveshafts pointing front and rear, meaning the vehicle won't rely solely on electric motors to form its four-wheel-drive system like many electric vehicles do today.

This won't be the first electric Wrangler concept from Jeep. The off-road brand showed a Wrangler with an extended-range electric powertrain in 2008. It had enough batteries for 40 miles of pure electric range, and a small gasoline engine serving exclusively as a range extender.

This time Jeep seems serious about electrification. We've already seen Jeep add a plug-in hybrid powertrain to the Wrangler for 2021, and plug-in hybrid options will be added to the rest of the lineup in the coming years.

Teaser for Jeep Wrangler concept debuting at 2021 Moab Easter Safari

Teaser for Jeep Wrangler concept debuting at 2021 Moab Easter Safari

Jeep also plans to install charging stations powered by solar energy at popular locations for Jeep owners, such as Moab, as well as California's Rubicon Trail. It means owners of plug-in hybrid Wranglers (and possible future electric Wranglers) will be able to hit the trails while producing zero emissions.

Another teaser sketch released by Jeep on Tuesday shows a more rugged version of the Wrangler sporting a chunky bull bar, a pair of tow hooks, and a winch.

You'll be able to catch our full coverage on the Easter Jeep Safari at our dedicated hub.