Jeep isn’t wasting time releasing teasers for the 2023 Easter Jeep Safari. Though we already got two, along with the announcement that more concepts were on the way to the event, some more sketches have just been released as part of the Trail Markers leading up to the event at the beginning of April. Also, the Jeep Wrangler will be getting a refresh for the 2024 model year with plenty of new and exciting features.
Starting with the newest sketches for the concept vehicles that will make their way to the 57th annual Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah, April 1-9, 2023. Jeep will be pushing towards legendary electrified off-road capability and unapologetic color palettes this year. A collective of themes hints at the next grouping of the Jeep brand and Jeep Performance Parts by Mopar concept sketches of mission-capable vehicles that can blaze trails in total silence. So far, we have three Rubicons and a Grand Cherokee with some stunning color palettes that appear to be focused on being eye candy.
2024 Jeep Wrangler Update: Details
According to JLWrangler forums, Jeep is refreshing the 2024 Wrangler with some pretty neat features, including all new configurations, an upgraded larger touchscreen, a trail locator and guide, and even a recovery feature. A compilation of different posts can paint a pretty decent picture of what we can expect with the updated Jeep Wrangler. The 2024 Jeep Wrangler 392 will now have standard 35-inch tires and 4.56 gears, like the Xtreme Recon package. The center console will likely be larger at 10 inches and feature UConnect 5, which includes Wireless CarPlay and AndroidAuto. The instrument cluster will also be updated and might even be digital, like what’s found within Ram trucks.
Jeep will also add upgraded comfort seatings, a Sport S 4xe model, and a loaded Rubicon. Just as well, forward collision will now be standard. We also might see a winch option integrated into the front bumper as per the recovery feature. One of the teaser sketches released for the second Trail Marker for the Easter Jeep Safari shows the front of a Jeep Wrangler (or Gladiator) with an integrated winch in the bumper, which could be the new recovery option for 2024. The competition is doing it, after all.