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What We're Looking At: 1970s Hybrid Jeep Cherokee

The team over at Jeep has done it again. This time they're crossing over two long time Duvin favorites - The Jeep Cherokee and Wrangler. We've got some work to do before these Hybrid Jeeps are launched at The Duvin Beach Club, so until then cruise the full article from InsideHook below and enjoy your stay! 

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April 1 is a big day for disappointment as all your favorite brands are bound to release some lame April Fools’ Day gag. Well, unless your favorite brand happens to be Jeep. Then April 1 is on par with Christmas Day, as the automaker is heading to Moab, Utah for the 57th annual Easter Jeep Safari, a nine-day off-roading event in the desert where they’ll debut a number of concept vehicles showing the customization potential of their current and former lineup, and previewing the future of their highly-capable SUVs.  

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Jeep’s restomod build for 2023 is the 1978 Jeep Cherokee 4xe Concept, a deliciously retro two-door that combines the old-school style of an original Cherokee SJ (which was introduced in 1974 as a two-door variant of the Wagoneer) with the performance of a 2022 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 4xe, a higher-end hybrid SUV. 

It’s a best-of-both-worlds approach. I mean, who doesn’t want to drive around in a 1970s Jeep, especially one that has been given a fresh Starburst yellow paint job? Anyone who wants modern power and reliability, that’s who. In that regard, the Wrangler Rubicon 4xe powertrain — “two electric motors, a high-voltage battery pack and a high-tech 2.0-liter turbocharged I-4 engine” — provides peace of mind. So do the 37-inch tires around the custom 17-inch wheels.

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