Cherokee Adventurer Concept boasts Trailhawk capability for the 2014 Easter Jeep Safari

Article by Christian A., on April 11, 2014

We continue to reveal you Jeep’s latest concepts for the 2014 Easter Jeep Safari with the Cherokee Adventurer Concept. This new vehicle boasts Trailhawk 4x4 capability and has a 48:1 crawl ratio with added utility and cargo convenience for off-road adventures. Just like the other models that Jeep prepared for the 48th Annual Moab Easter Jeep Safari, the Cherokee Adventurer Concept showcases lots of Performance Parts from Mopar.

First look at the car reveals the Trailhawk black hood decal, a prototype matte black Mopar roof basket founded on the top of the vehicle (fitted with a bungee net holding down the cargo) as well as prototype 17-inch wheels, embellished with aluminum granite crystal and black pockets, which are wrapped in BFGoodrich All-Terrain tires.

The wheels are complemented by the Jeep Performance Parts rock rails that were installed to provide off-road defense. Still, Jeep didn’t stop here and added a two-piece underbody skid plate, a front suspension skid plate an oil tank skid plate and a two-piece fuel tank skid plate. Red tow hooks adorn the front.

The interior is adorned with black Katzkin leather seats, with perforated inserts and maize-embroidered Jeep logos and maize stitching on the leather-wrapped steering wheel, arm rest and shift boot. HVAC bezels, instrument panel, steering wheel and door switch bezels were also upgraded with tan inserts as it needs to match the exterior color.

The Jeep Cargo Management System is displayed with a Trailhawk bag, and is joined by a location-appropriate prototype Moab off-road bag. Bright door sills featuring the Cherokee logo complete the interior design, together with all-weather mats and a cargo tray.

If you liked the Cherokee Adventurer Concept, make sure you also check the Cherokee Dakar Concept, Wrangler Level Red Concept and the Wrangler Maximum Performance Concept.

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Jeep Cherokee Adventurer delivers Trailhawk capability with added utility and cargo convenience for the trail

The Jeep Cherokee Adventurer boasts Trailhawk 4x4 capability, including a 48:1 crawl ratio with added utility and cargo convenience for off-road adventures, and a host of Jeep Performance Parts from Mopar.

The tan exterior is accented to the Trailhawk black hood decal. A prototype matte black Mopar roof basket rides on top, with a bungee net holding down cargo. Below, aggressive BFGoodrich All-Terrain tires are mounted on prototype 17-inch wheels, embellished with aluminum granite crystal and black pockets.

Jeep Performance Parts rock rails provide formidable off-road defense, and further protection is added courtesy of a two-piece underbody skid plate, a front suspension skid plate, an oil tank skid plate and a two-piece fuel tank skid plate. Red tow hooks adorn the front.

Inside the Cherokee Adventurer, black Katzkin leather seats, with perforated inserts, draw even more attention with maize-embroidered Jeep logos and maize stitching on the leather-wrapped steering wheel, arm rest and shift boot.

The HVAC bezels, instrument panel, steering wheel and door switch bezels are upgraded with tan inserts to match the exterior color. The Jeep Cargo Management System is displayed with a Trailhawk bag, and is joined by a location-appropriate prototype Moab off-road bag. Bright door sill guards with the Cherokee logo, all-weather mats and a cargo tray complete the interior Mopar accessories.

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