We just got early word about and some renderings of the Jeeps that Mopar Underground plans to bring to Moab this year. They include Mighty FC (a modern-day forward control Jeep), J-12 (a modern-day Jeep J-Truck), and the Wrangler Apache (modified Wrangler). We'll get the full scoop with images when we get to Moab for Easter Jeep Safari at the end of the month.
It's hard to tell from the limited info we can pull from a drawing but we suspect all three vehicles will be based on the current Wrangler chassis and suspension. The Mighty FC looks to have extensive body work to make it a Forward Control. The J-12 looks similar to the Nukizer pickup introduced several years ago in Moab. The Apache could simply be a Wrangler modified with aftermarket bolt on parts, or it could be a window into what could be available on the dealer lot as a factory option. We'll know more when we get to see these vehicles up close.
This is what Mopar had to say:
Jeep® and Mopar have teamed up once again to produce a selection of concept Jeep vehicles for the 46th annual Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah. The Jeep Mighty FC concept, Jeep J-12 concept and the Jeep Wrangler Apache are three of six new vehicles that will be shown to enthusiasts in Moab, March 31 - April 8. Look for more on all of these new vehicles later this month.