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Jeep's New Off-Road Concept Vehicles

  Mystery Vehicles to be Unveiled at the Upcoming Jeep Easter Safari                                             Source:  Jeep Vehicles For Some of the Toughest Trails in the World Jeep is revealing teaser images of what appear to be exciting new and powerful off-road concept vehicles.  The concepts will be fully revealed at Jeep's annual Easter Safari off-roading extravaganza in Moab, Utah.  The key concept model in the top image is a hybrid-electric plug-in off-roading vehicle with what Jeep says are tons of extras, a roof rack and 4xe hybrid power.  Jeep says it will provide "open air freedom on some of the toughest trails in the world". Features and Initial Tech Specs The concept has Jeep front and back half doors.  Jeep says that it has the latest customizations from Mopar and Jeep Performance Parts, 4x4 capability and "class exclusive, off-road 4xe plugin hybrid power.  As a frame of reference, the Wrangler 4xe off-road has a range of 370 miles, a 2.0l turbo-ch

Lexus, Hydrogen & Off-roading Vehicles

  Off-Roading in Harmony with Nature                                             Source:  Lexus Two New Concept Vehicles - 1st Hydrogen Vehicle At the Tokyo Auto Salon 2022 show, Lexus introduced two, new off-roading concepts.  The NX PHEV offroad concept SUV is a rugged, large crossover that has a plug-in powertrain. with a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine. Lexus, which is Toyota's luxury brand, also officially unveiled its hydrogen powered ROV.  These side-by-side vehicles are designed for adventurous off-roaders who enjoy travelling the road less traveled with zero or very low emissions. NX PHEV Concept Lexus says these two new concepts are representative of its goals to expand travel choices for customers and simultaneously work toward a carbon free society with zero emissions driving. The NX PHEV offers both BEV (battery electric vehicle) and PHEV (plug-in hybrid vehicle) modes.  It is built on a new platform, making it wider, taller and longer than the first generation NX.  It