Jeep and Chrysler accessories brand Mopar have announced they will be unveiling six bespoke Jeep concepts at the upcoming 47th annual Easter Jeep Safari, in Utah, USA.
So far the companies have only released a couple of teaser images to give us a taste of what to expect, including a preview of a Grand Cherokee Trailhawk II and a Wrangler Slim that will be heading to the event.
At this stage, no details have been released on the concepts. Like the previous years show cars, all six vehicles are expected to feature various off-road performance add-ons, some of which may eventually make it to the market down the track.
Previous concepts showcased things like lift-kits and serious suspension setups, engine power upgrades and even engine conversions, while styling and design has always been on the flamboyant side of things.
By the looks of the Grand Cherokee at least, it could come with bogger mud tyres and a striking fire orange paint job to really set it apart, while the Wrangle appears to go for a more sedate yet purposeful character.
More details, including on the other four, are expected to roll out over the next few weeks. The show runs from March 23 until March 31.