Not too long ago, we covered a story on a Final Edition of the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392, which we suspected was imminent due to Stellantis‘s gradual eradication of the Hemi V8 engine inside its production vehicles. Now, things are confirmed, as Jeep has just posted an image to its Instagram showcasing a golden plaque with Rubicon 392 Final Edition written on it.
Jeep Wranlger Rubicon 392 Final Edition: Confirmation
The Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 Final Edition Plaque also showcases the car’s wheelbase and overall length, along with details regarding the Hemi V8 engine under the hood and exactly where the SUV was built. We imagine this will be located on or within each of the Final Edition cars, among other noticeable features that help the Final Edition stand out from the other 392 Rubicons on the road.
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It’s unclear when this Wrangler Rubicon 392 Final Edition will be unveiled, but it will likely be sometime in the coming weeks as a document written by Jeep was sent to the top 50 stores in three regions, giving them the task to sell more of a given model in January 2024 than in January 2023, with the potential to win one stock allocation for the Rubicon 392 Final Edition. We expect this to be a limited-run model, meaning it’ll likely have a unique paint job, wheels, decals, and a higher price tag.
This could be the last year people can get their hands on a Hemi V8-powered Jeep Wrangler. This configuration of Hemi is one of the most memorable, delivering a doors-off raw experience of muscle car V8 sound that even the Scat Pack Dodges can’t compare to. We all will be sad to see it go, but nothing, not even legends, can stand up against regulations.