Jeep Wrangler MOJO Concept debuts at 2014 Easter Jeep Safari

Article by Andrew Christian, on April 11, 2014

For those who don’t know, mojo means sex appeal or talent, but the Jeep Wrangler MOJO Concept is not related to any of the mentioned terms as the ‘OJ’ in the name stands for Orange Jeep. According to the official press release, the Wrangler MOJO Concept was created for the off-road enthusiast who seeks a tougher vehicle that can handle the most extreme trails.

Featuring locking Dana 44 front and rear axles and a 4:1 Rock-Trac transfer case as well as a Jeep Performance Parts 2-inch lift that provides extra clearance, the Wrangler MOJO’s crawl ration is 59:1. Under the hood, there is a 3.6-liter V6 engine fitted with a cold air intake and low restriction exhaust system.

The exterior features a Bright Orange colour, prototype Jeep Performance Parts “Shorty” bumpers and flat-top fenders, prototype beadlock wheels wrapped in 37-inch BFGoodrich Mud Terrain tires and accented with Mopar Bronze on the beadlock ring. The Mopar “Rubicon X” hood comes with topographical graphics that contain bronze “mapping” accents and flow down to the side panels.

Moreover, the front end is highlighted by a Jeep Performance Parts “Rubicon X" front bumper, an under-bumper skid plate and a prototype Jeep Performance Parts winch.

From the side, we spot the Jeep Performance Parts rock rails that protect the vehicle from boulders and big rocks found on extreme trails. What’s more interesting is that the Wrangler MOJO offers prototype LED headlamps and fog lamps in order to provide a better view at night. Front and rear prototype two-tone half-door kits and a soft top were added to deliver an open-air fun and freedom all Wrangler vehicles offer.

On the side, there is a Badge of Honor plate that shows the trails Wrangler MOJO has mastered. At the rear, Jeep installed a prototype Performance Parts tire carrier that gives support to the spare tire. The five Moab “Badge of Honor” badges also appear on Wrangler MOJO.

Inside, we see the two-tone instrument panel and console complemented by black Katzkin seat covers that can be cleaned within a minute. Rugged all-weather floor mats are ready to protect the floor, while the Mopar sunbonnet and roll bar pads are trimmed in a Driftwood sand color. A Mopar lockable rear cargo tray keeps valuables safe.

P.S. You should also check the other concepts from the 48th Annual Moab Easter Jeep Safari: Cherokee Dakar Concept, Wrangler Level Red Concept, the Wrangler Maximum Performance Concept and the Cherokee Adventurer Concept.

Press Release

Jeep Wrangler MOJO gets Wrangler Level Red off-road gear, with 37-inch tires, shortened bumpers, winch and higher-clearance fenders

The Jeep Wrangler MOJO (the "OJ" in the name stands for "Orange Jeep") is geared for the off-road enthusiast who seeks an even tougher vehicle with the functionality to tackle the most extreme trails. A Jeep Performance Parts 2-inch lift provides the clearance to traverse obstacles, with locking Dana 44 front and rear axles and a 4:1 Rock-Trac transfer case adding to Wrangler MOJO's rock-climbing capabilities. Wrangler MOJO's crawl ratio is 59:1. The vehicle's 3.6-liter V-6 engine is augmented with a cold air intake and low restriction exhaust system.

The Bright Orange exterior of Wrangler MOJO is defended by prototype Jeep Performance Parts "Shorty" bumpers and prototype flat-top fenders, with 37-inch BFGoodrich Mud Terrain tires wrapped around prototype beadlock wheels, accented with Mopar Bronze on the beadlock ring. The Mopar "Rubicon X" hood is ornamented by prototype topographical graphics that contain bronze "mapping" accents and flow down to the side panels. Additional trail enhancements include a Jeep Performance Parts "Rubicon X" front bumper, an under-bumper skid plate and a prototype Jeep Performance Parts winch. Jeep Performance Parts rock rails are added to further protect Wrangler MOJO from boulders and rocks on extreme trails.

Prototype LED headlamps and fog lamps help make night trips on the trail easier, and front and rear prototype two-tone half-door kits and a soft top further add to the open-air fun and freedom all Wrangler vehicles offer. A Badge of Honor plate is added to show the trails Wrangler MOJO has mastered, and a prototype Jeep Performance Parts tire carrier gives support to the spare tire. The five Moab "Badge of Honor" badges also appear on Wrangler MOJO.

The purposeful interior of Wrangler MOJO is perfect for the off-roader not afraid of dust or mud. The two-tone instrument panel and console complement black Katzkin seat covers and provide for simple cleaning. With the carpet removed, rugged all-weather floor mats shield the interior, and a Mopar sunbonnet and roll bar pads are trimmed in a Driftwood sand color, matching Wrangler MOJO's overall appearance. A Mopar lockable rear cargo tray keeps valuables safe.

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