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Chrysler teasing Moparized Jeep and Ram models at 44th Annual Easter Jeep Safari


Even though Chrysler’s revival process has already begun, there are many things which need to be accomplished before we see Fiat’s influence in the US carmaker. Until then, the company is betting big on special editions of its best selling models.

As such, it has just released teaser images of four new models which, according to Chrysler, were “Moparized” in order to reflect their special nature. They will be unveilled on March 27, at the 44th Annual Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah. These are: Jeep Wrangler J7, Jeep Wrangler Trail Boss, Jeep Patriot Extreme and Ram Power Wagon.


First off, let’s start with the Wranglers. The J7, which you can see in the first image, started life as a four-door Unlimited Rubicon model, and will evoke the military heritage of the iconic Willys Jeeps. The second Wrangler is the aptly named Trail Boss, and will be based on a two-door Rubicon Wrangler. It was designed and fitted with accessories capable of extreme offroading.

Sticking with the Jeep brand, the Patriot Extreme is certain to blind many pedestrians with its bright orange paint scheme, coupled with the black grille, hood and other accessories. A 2-inch Rocky Road outfitters suspension lift was implemented, and TJ “Moab” 16-inch wheels wrapped in BF Goodrich KM2 tires were also added. In order to tackle the trails while listening to your favorite tunes, Chrysler also fitted a Kicker stereo and roof-mounted snowboard rack, just what you want for the upcoming summer.

Last but not least, as you can see above is the Dodge Ram Power Wagon, which aims at taking on competitors like the Ford SVT Raptor. It going to boast two-doors and a pretty interesting paint scheme, combining black and white with fluorescent green inserts. A customized bed is in the back with a fullsize spare tire rack.

Overall, these are some pretty interesting offers from Chrysler. Hopefully the new paint and accessories are enough to get off road enthusiasts attracted.

Source: Chrysler