When you give a team of passionate engineers the green light to put together a one-off project build where imagination is the only limit, something special is bound to happen.
Jeep has released images of its Yuntu SUV Concept ahead of its debut at the upcoming Shanghai Motor Show.
Johnny Cash’s car in “One Piece at a Time” is built from parts he snuck out of a Cadillac plant. The Jeep CJ66 has a somewhat similar story, as it is constructed of a combination of different CJ and Wrangler pieces, and just like the Man in Black’s ride this Wrangler is definitely one of a kind.
Toyota decided to end the run of the FJ Cruiser back in 2014. Even since, Toyota enthusiasts have been waiting to see if a replacement comes down the pipe. The future FJ could be what Toyota showed off today at the New York Auto Show, as it unveiled its new Toyota FT-4X Concept. Then again, it may not be the successor to the FJ Cruiser at all.
The JK Wrangler has had a solid run, but with the JL coming down the pipe next year that run is just about over. The Jeep crew is sending the JK out in style at this year’s Easter Jeep Safari, and one of the coolest concepts at the 51st running of the event is the Jeep Safari concept.
Sporting a custom camouflage wrap, this Nissan Rogue Trail Warrior Project is heading to the 2017 New York Auto Show.
There’s no real debate that the Jeep Wrangler is the most popular Jeep of all time, but the Grand Cherokee can make a very solid case for the runner-up spot. The Grand Cherokee these days is more geared toward the luxury-minded outdoor lover or suburban family in love with the idea of getting away, but when it was first unveiled 25 years ago this SUV still offered features that even the Jeep purists could get behind in spite of its utility focus.
The 51st annual Easter Jeep Safari is right around the corner, and the Jeep and Mopar brands have partnered again to create some unique concept vehicles for this year’s event. Today, we get our first look at two of the vehicles.
Fabs Fours has built some wild concept builds in the past, but the Kymera might take the cake. Based on a 2015 Colorado, the truck was one of the many vehicles the company owned that was just sitting in its warehouse. Fab Fours CEO Greg Higgs was struck with an idea for the truck after pushing some oversized tires past it one day. He went back and sketched out his idea… and from there, Kymera was born.
There’s a great story with every vehicle Jeep and Mopar brought out to the 50th Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah. Some of the vehicles explore the fantasy of possibility, but the Trailstorm Concept is firmly grounded in reality. In fact, what makes this rig cool is the fact that nearly all of its upgrades are Jeep Performance Parts (JPP) available in the Mopar catalog right now.