View Photos of the Jeep Wrangler 392 Concept

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Jeep’s 450-hp Wrangler 392 concept is part Jeep, part muscle car, and every bit as burly as we hoped. It’s also impressively close to being production-ready—if Jeep follows through with actually building it.

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For the 392 concept, Jeep installed a two-inch lift kit, Fox shocks from the Gladiator Rubicon, and 37-inch BFGoodrich mud-terrain tires.

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A Warn winch was added to the 392 concept’s front bumper. The hood with its fake scoop is from a Gladiator Mojave.

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The 392’s 17-inch bead-lock wheels are expected to make it to production.

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The 392 concept’s 6.4-liter V-8 exhales through an active exhaust with a large muffler and four tailpipes hidden beneath its rear bumper.

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Jeep says the 392 concept has a total of 13.3 inches of ground clearance and can ford 34 inches of water, 4 inches more than the Wrangler Rubicon.

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The Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT contributed its beefed up eight-speed automatic transmission for the 392 concept, and the two-speed Selec-Trac transfer case is borrowed from the Wrangler’s Sport and Sahara models.

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Strengthened with heavy-duty ARB differential covers, the 392’s Dana 44 axles are borrowed from the Wrangler Rubicon and feature electronically locking differentials front and rear and a disconnecting front anti-roll bar.

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The 6.4-liter Hemi V-8 is crammed into the Wrangler, with about a finger’s width between its accessories and cooling fans, but the bulk of the engine sits behind the front axle line.

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The 392 concept is roughly 200 pounds heavier than a Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon with the standard 3.6-liter V-6.

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The 392 concept’s interior is stock Wrangler Rubicon aside from its custom Red Rock leather upholstery.

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Jeep Wrangler 392 concept

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Jeep Wrangler 392 concept

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Jeep Wrangler 392 concept

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