Could This Jeep Truck J6 Concept Be a Short Cab and Long Bed Gladiator? (Easter Jeep Safari Preview)

Moab EJS Vehicle Sneak Peek: The Jeep® and Mopar brands have created several concept vehicles for the annual Easter Jeep Safari. These images hint at two of the new concept vehicles that will head to Moab April 13-21.

Is that a short cab Jeep Gladiator we see? Take a look at the newest sketches of the concepts we will see at the 2019 Easter Jeep Safari in Moab Utah, mid April. One of the concepts, known as the Jeep J6 looks like it has a unique cab for sure. Just look at the back of the driver’s door, there’s clearly a LACK of a back door compared to the regular Jeep Gladiator.

Could this be a regular cab some of you clamored for? Is this an extra cab or king cab? One thing is for sure, it’s not a standard Gladiator setup.

The Jeep J6 also has a unique lightbar up top and a hood mounted light that has a bracket we’ve never seen before. All of this, along with the bead-lock wheels and unique color are pretty exciting.

Moab EJS Vehicle Sneak Peek: The Jeep® and Mopar brands have created several concept vehicles for the annual Easter Jeep Safari. These images hint at two of the new concept vehicles that will head to Moab April 13-21.

There is another sketch that was released by Jeep – but this one has absolutely nothing attached to it to indicate what it may or may not be. It does have a sport bar attached to the bed that may be a Mopar/Jeep Performance Part future addition or concept.

Here’s the best part: we are lucky enough to experience these concepts in person. That’s right, we’ll see them at FCA headquarters and, even more importantly, we’ll get to drive them as well.

Speaking of the Easter Jeep Safari, here’s some highlights from the past!

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