2013 Moab Easter Jeep Safari: 2014 Grand Cherokee EcoDiesel Trailhawk Concept

Article by Christian A., on March 20, 2013

Although it was recently introduced, the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee EcoDiesel V6 already got the attention of off-road enthusiasts across North America. As a result, Chrysler revealed today the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk Concept, a vehicle that promises to take the off-road joy to another level at the 2013 Moab Easter Jeep Safari. Featuring massive 35-inch off-road tires, the Grand Cherokee Trailhawk Concept is the third Grand Cherokee created for Easter Jeep since 2011.

The big tires are fitted on Wrangler Rubicon 17-inch aluminum wheels, which are well hidden under the enlarged wheel openings with custom fender flares.

Moreover, the vehicle features custom front and rear skid plates, dual rear tow hooks and modified Mopar rock rails. Furthermore, we find custom design cues that include a Grand Cherokee SRT hood, SRT front and rear fascias that have been modified for extra ground clearance, a black front grille, a matte black roof and one-off custom roof rails.

The design is completed by the non-metallic blood-orange hue that also manages to draw attention to the larger wheel openings and off-road tires. Mopar also added slush mats and rear cargo liner in order to enhance the Cherokee Trailhawk Concept’s interior. Under the hood, we find the new clean EcoDiesel engine capable to deliver low-end torque in order to pass any obstacle.

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2014 Grand Cherokee EcoDiesel Trailhawk Concept

The recently introduced new 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee EcoDiesel V-6 has instantly delighted off-road enthusiasts across North America. With the introduction of the 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk Concept, Jeep designers have taken the most awarded SUV ever and created the most extreme Grand Cherokee yet. Powered by the new clean EcoDiesel engine, this Grand Cherokee has mountains of low-end torque to power over any obstacle. From its blood-orange paint, to its massive 35-inch off-road tires, there’s no mistaking this Grand Cherokee and its off-road prowess.

The 2014 Grand Cherokee Trailhawk Concept – the third Grand Cherokee created for Easter Jeep since 2011 - features 35-inch Mickey Thompson off-road tires on Wrangler Rubicon 17-inch aluminum wheels, enlarged wheel openings with custom fender flares, custom front and rear skid plates, dual rear tow hooks and modified Mopar rock rails.

Custom design cues include a Grand Cherokee SRT hood, SRT front and rear fascias that have been modified for extra ground clearance, a black front grille, a matte black roof and one-off custom roof rails. The body is finished in a vibrant, non-metallic blood-orange hue that also manages to draw attention to the larger wheel openings and off-road tires.

Mopar slush mats and rear cargo liner enhance Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk Concept’s interior.

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