Jeep's Easter Safari concept models are here, and the show-stealer for this year is the Jeepster Beach. Inspired by the Jeepster Commando made from 1966 to 1973, the Jeepster Beach takes the current Wrangler platform and wraps it in vintage bodywork. From the front, the Jeepster has a vertical face with a narrow seven-slot grille, round headlights, and turn signals with chrome bezels. The back has an angled tailgate with classic taillights and Jeep stamped in the iconic original font. Inside, a red interior contrasts with the metallic copper exterior and features a chrome rollbar, white dash panels, and tuck-and-roll style seats. Power comes from a turbocharged four making 340 horsepower. All of this year's Jeep concepts will be on display at the Moab Jeep Easter Safari in Utah through April 4th.