Jeep and Mopar Brands Debut Six New Vehicle Concepts for Jeep Gladiator Lineup

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At the Easter Jeep Safari event in April, the Jeep and Mopar brands showcased six new concept vehicles: Jeep Wayout, Jeep Flatbill, Jeep Five-Quarter, Jeep J6, Jeep JT Scrambler, and Jeep Gladiator Gravity. Each vehicle is custom-built and offers an extensive selection of Jeep Performance Parts—all developed by the Mopar Brand.

 

The Jeep Wayout allows adventure-seekers to travel farther off the grid with Gladiator's all-new class-leading payload. Featuring a 270-degree awning with LED task lighting and a roof-top tent that sleeps two comfortably, Wayout sets a new standard for outdoor camping. A roof-rack system and a bed-drawer system offer additional storage for gear on long treks.

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An available two-inch lift kit combined with 37-inch mud-terrain tires increases ground clearance for off-road adventures. Additionally, a Jeep Performance Parts snorkel and a 12,000-lb. Warn winch assists Wayout as it tackles multiple off-road obstacles.

 

Dedicated to dirt bike riding, the Jeep Flatbill uses inspiration from the Motorcross culture in its design and appearance with a vented carbon hood, high-clearance flares, and a shortened front bumper and skid plate to improve the approach angle.

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Removing the tailgate allows the installed wheel ramps to slide out for easier access and loading—perfect for dirt bikes. 

 

Flatbill offers extreme 4x4 capability and uses a 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 engine with cold-air intake paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission. 

 

The Jeep M-715 Five-Quarter has been re-imagined to offer a mixture of vintage and modern components. This Gladiator-based military vehicle features improvements to its design and function, including a new bobbed six-foot aluminum bed and a 6.2-liter supercharged “Hellcrate” HEMI V-8 engine that produces over 700 horsepower.

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Off-road capability has been enhanced by adding a new heavy-duty link/coil suspension system. The frame has been reinforced, and a new Dynatrac Pro-rock 60 front axle was added to the front while a Dynatrac Pro-rock 80 axle was added to the rear. 

 

The Jeep J6 uses the frame of a Jeep Rubicon and offers a two-door configuration and a six-foot bed to maximize cargo space. The Metallic Brilliant Blue paint pays homage to the 1978 Jeep Honcho.

 

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Prototype 17-inch beadlock wheels feature a Brass Monkey finish, and a two-inch lift kit paired with 37-inch tires adds extra clearance while off-road. The J6 also features a concept hard top that can be removed.

 

The Jeep JT Scrambler revitalizes the trademark color palette and graphics of the early 1980s-era CJ8 Scrambler. The iconic look of the CJ8 scrambler is recreated with Punk’N Metallic Orange and Nacho body-side stripes.
 

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A combination of Jeep Performance Parts has been added, including a two-inch steel prototype tube sport-roll bar and a removable concept hard top.

 

The JT Scrambler is powered by a 3.6-liter engine with Mopar cold-air intake and cat-back exhaust.

 

The Jeep Gladiator Gravity is complimented with available-at-launch Jeep Performance Parts from Mopar. Available two-inch round steel tube doors provide an open-air concept, and other Jeep Performance Parts include heavy-gauge steel rock rails and seven-inch LED lights.
 

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