Final Edition of Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 to Bid Farewell to V8 Engine

Future of V8 Wrangler uncertain according to leaked order guide.

Stellantis has recently given the green light for multiple new versions of the V8 Durango, but it seems that the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 will not be as fortunate. Instead, it will bid farewell to its V8 engine with a limited edition model. A leaked document from a dealership, which was uncovered by a member of the JL Wrangler Forums, reveals that the V8-powered Wrangler will only be available in a ‘Final Edition’ for the 2024 model year and will be produced in small quantities.

In order to determine the fortunate dealers who will have the opportunity to sell this limited edition, Stellantis will closely monitor sales made in January 2024. Only those who meet specific targets will receive a single allocation of the Final Edition – strictly one per dealer.

Retailers in the middle, western, Denver, and California regions must strive to market a larger quantity of Wrangler models than they did in the previous year. Meanwhile, those situated in the northeastern, southeastern, southwestern, and mid-Atlantic areas will be required to exceed their previous sales records for the Grand Cherokee. Dealers serving the Great Lakes must surpass their numbers from January 2023 for both vehicles.

It is not yet certain what alterations will be made to the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 in its ultimate version, but it is certain that there will be a plethora of commemorative emblems, stickers, and stitched symbols. Additionally, with dealerships only receiving one vehicle each, there will likely be a frantic rush for these limited editions on the secondary market, resulting in excessive markup prices being widely publicized shortly after their release at dealerships.

Regrettably, the present-day Wrangler equipped with a V8 engine has not been in the market for a considerable amount of time. Its debut as a concept model dates back almost four years. The actual version was finally released at the end of 2020, boasting a remarkable 470 horsepower from its 6.4-liter V8. This marks a significant milestone, as it has been nearly forty years since the model had an eight-cylinder powertrain option.

There has been minimal change since then, and although the 33-inch tires and 17-inch beadlock wheels complement the sturdy Dana 44 axles, 3.73 final drive ratio, and transmission torque converter lockup control system, we are expecting the final version to exceed these specs with larger 37-inch wheels, added horsepower, and potential inclusions such as a winch and light bars.

We will provide further updates as we continue to gather information. In the meantime, we have contacted Stellantis to confirm the existence of the limited edition and will revise this piece accordingly upon receiving a response.


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