Some concept cars developed by Jeep include the Wrangler Africa, the Chief, the Wrangler Red Rock Responder and the Renegade Desert Hawk. Other examples include the Cherokee Overlander, the Wrangler Staff Car and the Cherokee Canyon Trail.
The Jeep Wrangler Africa looks like a safari-ready Wrangler and features steel wheels along with a diesel engine. The Chief was designed to be "surf-ready" and features retro styling that mimics the full-size Jeep of the 1970s. The Chief also features a 2-inch lift and 37-inch tires.
The Wrangler Red Rock Responder is a four-door Wrangler equipped with tools and safety gear. This heavy-duty concept has a 4-inch lift and Dana 60 axles. The Desert Hawk is an especially trail-ready version of the Renegade, equipped with off-road accessories and extra ground clearance.
The Cherokee Overlander is a muscular version of the production Cherokee, featuring a 3.0-liter diesel V6 engine, skid plates and a winch that can handle up to 9,000 pounds. The Wrangler Staff Car pays homage to Jeep's military history, with vintage design features and heavy-duty construction that includes Dana 44 front and rear axles. The Cherokee Canyon Trail is an understated off-road vehicle made using Mopar performance parts, including a skid plate and 17-inch prototype wheels.