Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 coming to Canada
The 2021 Rubicon 392 is coming to Canada, and it offers more. More power. More speed. More performance. More off-road capability. There has never been a Jeep Wrangler model for which more people have clamored.
Rubicon 392 Overview
There is a lot to be said about the most impressive Jeep Wrangler ever built. Built with more power, more torque, and more trail-ready durability, the Rubicon 392 is built for new adventures.
Rugged and refined are the two words that can describe both the interior and exterior of the Rubicon 392. The Rubicon features sumptuous leather seats with bronze stitching to match the exterior's bronze accents. Everything about the vehicle can be customised, from the exterior colour and wheels to the interior materials and textures.
Capability is what drivers are truly searching for when considering the Rubicon 392, and there is absolutely no doubt that it can deliver amazing performance.
The Rubicon 392 is built with a 6.4-litre V8 HEMI engine that delivers 470 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque. It can accelerate from 0 to 97 km/h in just 4.5 seconds and takes just 13 seconds to travel 400 metres.
In addition to this legendary performance, the Rubicon 392 is rated for its legendary off-road capability with a Trail Rated badge. The Rubicon 392 has tackled some of the toughest trails on earth, and now drivers can, too.
The Rubicon 392 is the most technologically advanced Wrangler ever. It comes standard with an 8.4-inch touchscreen that features Jeep's Off-Road Pages, which display off-road-ready information such as GPS coordinates, power distribution, and pitch and roll. The Uconnect 4 multimedia systems provides the communication and entertainment services that drivers long for, including Bluetooth, Siri Eyes Free, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration.
The Rubicon 392 can be built with any of Jeep's 75 standard and available safety and security features. The vehicle comes with a standard ParkView Rear Back Up Camera that displays a wide-angle view of what is behind the vehicle and uses dynamic gridlines to help guide the driver's way.
Available systems include a park assist system, forward collision warning with active braking, and adaptive cruise control.
A handy feature for drivers ready to tackle the trails is a new forward-facing trailcam off-road camera that displays dynamic tire path lines to help navigate difficult terrain. A washing nozzle helps drivers maintain a clear view of what is ahead.