During the Easter Jeep Safari, Jeep introduced some interesting concepts for the 2014 trek to Moab, Utah. Let’s look at the one they call “MOJO”.
It is the perfect Overland-style Jeep with a Jeep Performance Parts two-inch lift and Fox Racing shocks situating the body over the locking Dana 44 differentials. It uses the 4:1-ratio Rock-Trac transfer case, and gives the MOJO a crawl ratio of 59:1. Engine performance is enhanced by a cold-air intake and a low-restriction exhaust.
Inside, the black seat covers by Katzkin allow for easy cleaning and complement the two-tone color inside the Jeep; however, that tan-and-black combo doesn’t fit the bright and vibrant theme of the orange exterior. It clashes even more because there is no carpet inside the MOJO … just a set of four heavy-duty floor mats. It doesn’t look bad; it’s just not as flashy as the exterior.
The prototype parts on the MOJO include shorty bumpers, flat-top fenders …
Beadlock wheels …
… and these awesome-looking LED lights that complete the MOJO’s quirky disposition, which already grabs you with the Bright Orange paint. Overall, the MOJO is a success with the only downside being the very bland interior.