Detroit Auto Show, Two Jeep Easter Safari concepts are off-road ready

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Jeep brought two Easter Safari concepts to the Detroit Auto Show, but neither will go into production.

The first Jeep Gladiator concept we saw was white and yellow. It was introduced in 2019 as the Jeep Flatbill. It builds on the Gladiator's off-road prowess and can fit two dirtbikes in the bed.

Jeep modified the truck in many ways. It has a vented carbon fiber hood, a shortened front bumper with a skid plate, and fender flares.

Dynatrac Pro-Rack 60 front and rear axles, an Off-Road Evolution 4-inch lift kit, enlarged rear bypass shocks, and 20-inch wheels with 40-inch off-road tires are key. It has a removable roof.

Second is the April Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk 4xe Concept. It hasn't had as many upgrades as the Gladiator,

But it has 20-inch wheels and 33-inch BF Goodrich mud-terrain tires.

The automaker also gave it a striking blue finish with bright blue accents on the hooks and air intake surrounds. Hood is also matte black vinyl.