Staff Jeep (Film Universe)

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Staff Jeep
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Jeep #18 during the park inspection.
Manufacturer Jeep
Also called Wrangler Sahara 4.0L
Model Years 1992
Body and chassis
Class Compact Off-road
Body Sport-Utility Soft-top
Platform Jeep Wrangler
Doors 3
Engine 4 L (242 cu in)
Transmission 5 Speed Manual/Automatic
Wheelbase 60,274 mm (2,373 in)
Length 98,527 mm (3,879 in)
Width 42,570 mm (1,676 in)
Height [convert: invalid number]
Curb weight [convert: invalid number]

The Staff Jeep was the primary mode of travel for the employees of Jurassic Park at Isla Nublar when working out in the Park. A fleet of Jeeps were in service at the Park in 1992 during the Jurassic Park Incident. They were left to rust with the rest of the park until they were rediscovered in 2015, during the Jurassic World Incident by Zach and Gray Mitchell.


The Jurassic Park Incident

JP 18 and JP 29 greeted the Inspection Team upon their arrival at the Helipad on Isla Nublar. Driven by Jurassic Park Employees, Grant, Sattler and Malcolm took the first Jeep, whilst Gennaro and Hammond took the second.

The Jurassic World Incident


In 2018, a pair of miniaturised Jeeps were present on Benjamin Lockwood's Jurassic Park Model in his home in California.

Design and Modifications

The base Jeep for each vehicle was a 1992 Wrangler Sahara Edition.

Jeep Designation Purpose Users Roll Cage Lightbar Search Lights Winch Whip Anntenae Storage Containers Fog Lights
JP 10
Veterinarian's Jeep
Gerry Harding, Robert Muldoon, Ellie Sattler, John Hammond, Ian Malcolm, Lex Murphy, Tim Murphy, Alan Grant.
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JP 12
Dennis Nedry
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JP 18
General Use
Park Driver, Ellie Sattler, Alan Grant, Ian Malcolm.
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JP 29
General Use
Second Park Driver, John Hammond, Donald Gennaro, Zach Mitchell, Gray Mitchell.
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Production Notes

Jurassic Park


Concept Art by John Bell for the Jurassic Park Jeep


Three Jeep Wranglers (The 1992 Sahara Edition in Sand Beige) were purchased by Production for use in the film. Two automatics and one manual that would become the Hero Picture Jeep. The Hero Jeep was fitted camera mounts under the chassis, and custom tow hooks on the winch plate. Depending on the need, the vehicles were swapped around to represent a total of four different vehicles; JP 10, JP 12, JP 18 and JP 29. Upon the return to Los Angeles, one of the automatics was modified with a collapsible panel over the passenger side door to imitate being dented by the Tyrannosaur.

At the completion of Production, the Hero Jeep was dressed as JP 12 and one of the automatics as JP 10. The last dressing of the final Jeep is not known.

Jurassic World


  1. Although obscured in the film, a lightbar was present on the vehicle during its first appearance in the Triceratops Paddock. It was likely removed in subsequent scenes as the windshield was to be destroyed in the chase with the Tyrannosaur.