While the new Quicksand Concept was designed to tackle the sand, Jeep’s Switchback Concept was built for pretty much everything else. No terrain is too unforgiving for this off-road concept thanks to a front and rear Dana 44 axle, fox shocks, heavy-duty differential covers, a 4-inch lift, and 37-inch Mud Terrain BFGoodrich KM2 tires.
The Switchback also picks up where the Wrangler leaves off when it comes down to pure functionality both on and off the road. New half doors allow the driver and passengers to enjoy even more of the fresh Spring air while a special edition Safari hard top and roof rack system provide ample space for extra cargo.
Additional notable features include high-top fender flares, tail light guards, an LED windshield light bar for off-roading at night, and a 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 engine. Learn more at Jeep.
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