Jeep has teased two new concept vehicles slated to make an appearance at the 56th annual Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah, April 9th through 17th.

The teaser images, provided by Jeep and Jeep Performance Parts, give a taste of what the automaker will be bringing to their “home away from home.” One of them is a QR code-esque silhouette of a Jeep Gladiator; the Jeep Performance Parts cog sits underneath.

The other, slightly more descript image shows the driver’s side headlight and surrounding bodywork of a concept 4xe electrified Jeep. In the image, a blue LED daytime running light streaks across the top of the headlight; a similar blue hue outlines the bottom fog light region. A corner of Jeep’s trademark seven slot grille is also present.

The 2022 Jeep Wrangler 4xe plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) starts a $55,390 (including the $1,595 destination fee), and boasts 375 horsepower and up to 21 miles of electric-only range; a factory-estimated 50 MPGe is made possible by the turbocharged 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder engine and dual electric motors, the latter pulling power from a 400-volt, 17 kWh battery pack. It comes standard with an 8-speed automatic transmission.

The Jeep Wrangler 4xe slots perfectly into the automaker’s plans to offer an electric variant of each model by 2025, and we’re excited to see what they have in store for this year’s event. The Easter Jeep Safari brings thousands of Jeep drivers and enthusiasts to the red rocks of Moab, Utah, home of Arches and nearby Canyonland National Park. The event is aptly held by the Moab Red Rock 4-Wheelers club, who work alongside Jeep and Jeep Performance Parts for the annual event.