Jeep Introduces the Mighty FC Concept
The Jeep auto company revealed 6 concept vehicles last week in order to promote the Moab Easter Jeep Safari gathering. The Moab Easter Jeep Safari is a early off-roading event that happens every year around Easter time. This year it runs from March 31 to April 8th in Maob, Utah, a place famous for its off-roading course.
Five out of six of the concepts are based on existing Jeep models with Chrysler Mopar parts and accessories added to them. The sixth concept, called the Mighty FC Concept, is reminiscent of the vintage Jeep Forward Control introduced in 1956 and was discontinued in 1965 and received the most attention.
The Jeep Mighty FC concept wears the grafted face of the Wrangler, which looks most like the original Jeeps, over two prominent search lights. It rides atop a lengthened platform like the 2012 Wrangler Rubicon. The eight-foot bed is built with side-access doors with a Mopar roof and JK-8 conversion kit. The interior is covered generously in leather.
To take a look at any current Jeep vehicle, contact Larson Automotive.