Continuing our Easter Jeep Safari-inspired look at some memorable Jeep concept vehicles of the past, today we’ll examine something really big and very, very green: the 2010 Mopar ImMortal.
Built over 8 months’ time for the 2010 Easter Jeep Safari, ImMortal is a Jeep Wrangler featuring portal axles, a 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 powerplant and a host of other off-road accessories. The military-grade portal axle ends are engineered to mate to Mopars Pro Rock and Power Wagon performance axles and adapted to fit the suspension. Portal axle ends provide 5 inches of lift and contain a 1.5 gear reduction. Combined with the 4:1 transfer case, the result is a hard-core 100:1 crawl ratio. The Mopar ImMortal is sheathed in Jeep performance body armor for intense protection.
In the video below, watch Chrysler’s Mopar Manager of Jeep & Off-Road Engineering Keith Montone explain ImMortal’s hard-core features and what Jeep hoped to accomplish with the project.
- Prototype Mopar portal axle assemblies
- 42 x 14.5 x 17LT Goodyear MTR tires
- Mopar Jeep Wrangler 4:1 Rock Trac transfer case
- Mopar Jeep Wrangler 2-inch lift kit
- Mopar Performance body armor
- Mopar AEV heat-reduction hood
- Mopar half-door kit
- Mopar sun bonnet
- Mopar Jeep Wrangler seat covers
- Paint Viper Snakeskin Green Pearlcoat
- Tom Woods custom drive shafts
- AEV 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 conversion
- Off-road front and rear bumpers
- Hydraulic steering assist
- Katzkin leather seats