May
21, 2014

The Jeep® and Mopar brands have once again joined forces to creDuring 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”.

Jeep Wrangler MOJO is one of the six concept vehicles developedIt 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.

2014 Moab Easter Jeep® Safari - Jeep Wrangler MOJOInside, 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.

Jeep Wrangler MOJO is one of the six concept vehicles developedThe prototype parts on the MOJO include shorty bumpers, flat-top fenders …

Jeep Wrangler MOJO is one of the six concept vehicles developedBeadlock wheels …

2014 Moab Easter Jeep® Safari - Jeep Wrangler MOJO… 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.