The Wrangler Rubicon 392 features a 6.7L HEMI V8 cranking out 470 horsepower engine that plows through a quarter-mile in 13.0 seconds, going 0-60 mph in just 4.5 seconds. With that kind of performance, you’ll take incredible speed to the sand and dunes, and with 75% of it’s peak torque avail just above idle, you can slow-crawl up the toughest obstacles. Plus, the heavy-duty braking system helps you maintain control or helps bring you to a safe and secure stop.
The Electronic Sway Bar Disconnect allows for massive articulation of the front tires and a Ramp Travel Index of 730 provides the Rubicon 392 with superb off-road capability and suspension travel.
Engineered by the SRT team to harness its impressive power, the Wrangler Rubicon 392 offers dynamic maneuverability while traveling at higher speeds. Plus, branded FOX aluminum-bodied 2-inch diameter shocks enhance performance, using race-proven dampening control to provide a comfortable on-road ride and steady handling even in the toughest off-road conditions.
Torque Reserve is a type of launch control for on-pavement antics allowing the Rubicon 392 to eagerly grip solid-pavement, accessible during a brake torque launch. AMax shifting makes the most of engine torque and cog swaps, the same found on the Hellcat-powered Grand Cherokee Trackhawk.
The most powerful Wrangler ever deserves an equally powerful look. 17-inch beadlock-capable wheels with 33-inch mud-terrain tires, a dual exhaust with quad tailpipes and bronze accents on the wheels and tow hooks give Wrangler Rubicon 392 an forceful appearance from any angle.
The functional hood with Hydro-Guide Induction System enhances engine performance, as cooler, more dense air helps lower engine temperature and the system helps separate water from the intake while traveling in wet conditions.
For the first time on Wrangler, you can use a push button to manually engage the Dual-Mode Exhaust system. This system employs a pair of electronic valves to control the output of exhaust noise, helping you moderate engine volume when idling or pressing your foot down on the pedal.
Back for the first time since 2018, off-roading enthusiasts will love the adventurous look of half doors on the Wrangler Rubicon 392. They’ll help you stay protected from the elements while getting close to nature.