Stellantis has shown off sketches of five concepts it’s expected to reveal at the 2021 SEMA show.
The show will run from November 2 to 5 at the Las Vegas Convention Centre.
Few details are known about the concepts, but the teaser images display some interesting elements.
This Wrangler is shown in the night under the Northern Lights and near some snow-capped mountains, which could suggest the concept could be suited for colder climates.
The second teaser image shows a Ram truck kicking up dust while turning on some loose dirt.
The shot is quite blurry, with dust taking up the majority of the frame, but in the corner a blue Ram emblem and tow hooks can be seen.
This shade of blue appears to be the same as that used on Jeep’s 4xe badges.
Ram sells mild-hybrid V6 and V8 1500s in North America but doesn’t offer series- or plug-in hybrid variants.
There’s a second image of a Ram pickup with this concept displaying a 4×4 badge instead.
In front of the concept there’s a tent that’s lit up in a similar blue colour as the pickup truck.
On the bed of the concept there appears to be some sort of racking system hinting towards the potential accessories that Mopar might have on display at the SEMA show.
The next image is what appears to be the interior of a Wrangler. There’s a large Jeep badge overlay in the right-hand corner in a similar blue colour as seen throughout all of the teaser images.
An interesting aspect of this particular Wrangler teaser is that it appears to have a high-top roof, hinting towards a safari roof of sorts.
The final teaser image appears to feature an original Jeep Gladiator.
It looks very similar to a military version of the civilian SJ Gladiator used by the US military in the late 1960s.
The vehicle shown in the concept art has the same grille, bumper and colour scheme as the military Gladiator from the time.
This model could be used to showcase the history of the Jeep brand, contrasting with the brand-new concepts being displayed by Mopar at SEMA.
A simple contraction of the words ‘Motor and Parts’, Mopar is best known for its performance parts used during the 1960s muscle-car era.
Mopar says it will showcase customised vehicles, as well as hundreds of performance parts and accessories in its 1425 square metre exhibition space.