As the aftermarket and modifications sector continues to experience steady growth, more and more manufacturers are offering pre-upgraded, factory turn-key off-road-focused variants of existing 4×4 models. And despite already being an incredibly dirt-capable machine in its stock form, Jeep has now introduced an even more competent and rugged version of its Wrangler Rubicon with the 392 Concept.
This “Rubiconcept” takes its name from a 392ci V8 engine that replaces the model’s standard 285hp 3.6L V6. Paired with an eight-speed transmission, Dana 44 axles, Tru-Lok electric axle locking differentials, and a Selec-Track full-time two-speed transfer case, the 6.4L V8 puts down 450hp and 450ft-lbs of torque. The concept also gets a modified frame, a two-inch factory lift-kit, aluminum monotube Fox shocks, 17” bead-lock wheels wrapped in 37” tires, affording it a 13.25” ground clearance and some impressive approach and departure angles. The 392 Concept is adorned in a “Granite Crystal” livery complemented by bronze tow hooks, rims, and custom badging, plus a Red Rock-colored leather interior. There’s also an adjustable two-mode exhaust, a raised performance hood, a Warn winch, steel skid plate, rock rails, and bumpers. For more information on the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 Concept, you can check out the link below.
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