The Most Powerful Jeep Wrangler Yet

The most powerful Wrangler yet is officially in production. Find out the details of when you can expect the Wrangler 392 to hit the roads.
Wrangler 392

The Jeep Wrangler 392 is now in production.  The vehicle will be available for purchase and lease at some point in the first financial quarter of the new year.  When the new Wrangler 392 hits showroom floors, it will be the most powerful Wrangler yet.  This is an off-road capable vehicle with luxurious niceties, flawless style and an abundance of high-tech features. All that power won’t be cheap. The 392 Launch Edition comes with a hefty price tag of $74,995. Let’s take a closer look at the new Wrangler.

The Wrangler 392 Power

The new Wrangler has more power than prior incarnations of the popular model.  Pop the hood and you will find a V-8 Hemi with 470 horses of power and 470 pound-feet of torque.  The vehicle goes from zero to 60 miles per hour in a mere 4.5 seconds.  In fact, the new Wrangler 392 hits the quarter-mile mark in a mere 13 seconds.

Wrangler 392 Style

The new Jeep has all-terrain 33-inch tires suitable for both off-road driving and city/suburban travel.  The vehicle’s 17-inch bronze wheels are sure to prove eye-popping as you wheel around town.  There is also an optional all-black Mopar locking ring available.  The new Wrangler is designed with four doors, making it that much easier for passengers to hop on in without worrying about sliding the front seats forward and backward.  Hop on inside the vehicle and you will find it has a soft leather interior that is pleasing to the touch as well as the eye.

Wrangler 392

Travel off the Beaten Path in Full Confidence

Buy or lease the new Wrangler 392 and you will be able to go off-roading without even the slightest concern for your safety or the vehicle’s integrity.  In short, the new Wrangler 392 is built with off-roading in mind.  The vehicle features a hood scoop complete with a secondary airpath for those inevitable off-road terrains laden with mud, debris, snow, etc.  The secondary airpath ensures the Wrangler 392 is still capable of hitting its top speed when the weather turns for the worse.  In fact, the vehicle can even withstand water upwards of 32 inches in depth as it is designed with a Hydro-Guide air intake.

Premium Tech

All in all, the new Jeep Wrangler 392 has nearly a dozen premium features including elite safety technology.  Though the nuanced details of these high-tech features have not yet been fully revealed, prospective buyers and lessees have every right to be excited.  The Selec-Trac case allows for a flat towing of the Wrangler 392.  Wrangler engineers have implemented fuel-saving technology that empowers the vehicle to coast at low speeds on the thruway before shifting quite gracefully to 4-cylinder mode for enhanced fuel economy.  The high-performance, tank-mounted pump ensures proper fuel flow in more demanding situations.  These are just a couple examples of the technology built into the new Jeep.  Stay tuned as more details will be revealed in the weeks ahead.