A Four-Wheel Force of Nature

Think you know the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon? Wait until you drive the Rubicon 392. Even more powerful and quicker off the line, it takes the Wrangler’s storied capability to a whole new level.

Wrangler’s Biggest Herd Under the Hood

The Rubicon 392 is the first and only Wrangler to boast a massive 6.4L HEMI V8 power plant. With 470 ponies cranking 470 pound-feet of torque, the 392 is lightning quick, getting from 0-60 in four-and-a-half seconds.

For commuting, that means you get past slower freeway traffic easily. When you’re off-road, that torque pulls you up and over rocks and debris and makes easy work of even the most challenging trail (like, say, the Rubicon Trail in California).

With all of that energy under the hood, things can get heated pretty quickly. The Rubicon 392 comes with the Hydro-Guide Induction system that pulls air through the hood-mounted intake to help cool down the engine. The Hydro Guide also helps out in rain and snow by separating out the water in the intake system.

This is What Agility Looks and Feels Like

To help you get the most out of its massive power, the Wrangler Rubicon 392 is engineered for high-speed agility and off-road confidence. FOX aluminum-bodied shocks, an electronic sway bar disconnect, and a heavy-duty braking system deliver unprecedented climbing and crawling capability on the trail.

And that legendary Jeep engineering comes in handy when you’re commuting on the freeway and navigating through city traffic, too. You’ll appreciate the Rubicon 392’s stability and maneuverability, whether you’re winding through mountain passes or taking tight turns in the parking garage.

All of Your Favorite (Jeep) Things

Remember when you could get half-doors in a Jeep? Sadly, those went away a few years ago, but Jeep is bringing them back for the Wrangler Rubicon 392. Instead of having to decide between protection from mud and dirt or enjoying the open air, you get both. Of course, you can still take the doors all the way off if that’s how you roll, but it’s great to have the option of being protected from the elements.

And you can still get the removable hard or ragtop and fold down the windshield and soak up all of the fresh air and sun you can (don’t forget to wear your sunscreen, though).

Cleans Up Nice When it’s Time to Get Back to Work

Inside, you get the same easy-care upholstery and floorboards, so when it’s time to say so-long to the weekend and head back to work, you’ll have your Wrangler looking spiffy fast.

Plus, it’s got a lot of interior features that make every trip a joy ride, including a premium audio system, Uconnect with smartphone compatibility, and seats that are bolstered just enough to keep you steady on the trail and comfy on the commute.

A New Legend in the Making

With its beefy HEMI V8, paddle shifters on the steering wheel, and incredible handling, the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 is set to be a legend in its own right. And with more automakers switching to a hybrid and all-electric lineup (including the Wrangler 4xe), it may be the last of the gasoline-powered breed.

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