Jeep Teases Mopar Concepts Ahead of 2023 Easter Jeep Safari
Jeep has dropped teaser images for the Mopar concepts it will be showcasing during this year's Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah.
This is the 57th annual running of the event, which Jeep loves to use to show off concept vehicles. It takes place from April 1st through the 9th.
Jeep's press release is buzzword-heavy and there's almost no real detail to be gleaned -- the brand is still keeping specs and features close to the vest. That said, one thing did stand out: At least one concept will be an electrified 4xe model.
We'll report back if and when we get more details. Until then, you can check out these teaser images to tide you over.
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