Famous Red Bull ring to host Camp JEEP 2018

Camp Jeep® 2018 – the biggest and most exciting event of the year for the Jeep Owners Group (JOG) and fans of the brand from across Europe – will be held in the Spielberg Arena at the Red Bull Ring in Austria on 13-15 July.

The stunning location will provide a fitting backdrop for the exciting annual gathering, which will feature an action-packed programme of Jeep thrills and adventures. And the undisputed star of this year’s event will be the new Jeep Wrangler.

Camp Jeep visitors will be able to put the new model’s off-road capability to the test around a series of specially designed courses, and experience first-hand how its on-road manners and improved driving dynamics make it an ideal vehicle for everyday use.

The link to register, and the complete programme of Camp Jeep 2018, is available at www.campjeep2018.com and on Jeep’s official social media channels:

JOG: https://ownersgroup.jeep.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jeepownersgroup/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jeepownersgroup/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/ownersgroupjeep

In addition to Wrangler test drives, those attending the fifth edition of Camp Jeep will experience a packed programme which includes the chance to drive the extraordinary 700 hp 6.2-litre V8 Grand Cherokee Trackhawk – the most powerful and fastest Jeep model ever – on the race track.

They will also be able to test other models in the Jeep line-up and put their own off-road skills to the test alongside expert Jeep Academy drivers in the technical area, learning some extreme tricks along the way.

The incredible Jeep Jamboree-style atmosphere will be further enhanced with an array of shows, live music, barbecues and activities for children. And everything follows the same winning formula as the stars-and-stripes tradition of 4x4 gatherings that take place across the US, from California and Maine to Arizona and Tennessee, each year.

More than 30 such gatherings of the Jeep family now take place across the US each year, with the first having been held in 1953 on the legendary Rubicon Trail on the mountains between California and Nevada.