Jeep has pulled the covers off a series of wild, wacky and seriously cool concept cars that will make their debut at the annual Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah.
Created in collaboration with Mopar, the range of concepts includes everything from a hot rod-inspired Wrangler, to a retro-modded Grand Cherokee.
The hardcore showcars were constructed as part of the celebrations for the 51st Annual Moab Easter Jeep Safari that sees thousands of off-road enthusiasts meet to take on some of the USA's most challenging 4x4 trails.
Commenting on the development of the concepts, Mike Manley, head of the Jeep brand for FCA Global, said: "It's truly a labor of love for the Jeep team to develop exciting, capable concept vehicles each year for Moab and the Easter Jeep Safari.
"We look forward to the reaction and feedback from enthusiasts and our most loyal customers as these new Jeep concepts are put through their paces on the trails in Moab."
The concepts for this year's event were built using a wide range of production and prototype parts. Mopar is responsible for developing, building and ensuring Jeep Performance Parts are up to scratch, which in turn allows Jeep owners to add to the capabilities of their stock vehicles.
"These concept vehicles are a perfect example of how off-road enthusiasts can use Jeep Performance Parts to personalize and enhance the already outstanding Jeep capability, allowing them to face the toughest trails in the world."
This year's Moab meet runs from April 8 to 16.