Nine paint colors are available, and the Wrangler Rubicon 392 has a standard body-color hardtop and body-color fender flares. Bronze accents and tow hooks help to visibly distinguish it, along with bronze 17-inch beadlock-capable aluminum wheels wrapped in 33-inch all-terrain tires.
Standard equipment includes LED headlights, running lights, and taillights, as well as steel bumpers. You’ll get Sky One-Touch power-operated top as an option for the Rubicon 392, as well as a new Dual Door Group that provides half doors for summer driving and full doors for winter driving. Additionally, a long list of Mopar-sourced Jeep Performance Parts will be available for the Rubicon 392.
The 2021 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 is as tough as they come, but the interior cabin is anything but. Enjoy every adventure in comfort and stay connected on and off-road with elevated interior features and advanced technology! Seating features include embroidered black leather-trimmed seats, premium seat bolsters and custom Rubicon 392 bronze stitching.
Keep both hands on the wheel while maintaining full control of gears thanks to steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters - a first for a Wrangler! A Uconnect 4C NAV with its 8.4-inch touchscreen and a premium audio system give the Wrangler Rubicon 392 a refined touch without losing any fun. No matter how long the drive, everyone will enjoy the journey.
Sitting an inch taller than the standard Rubicon, the Rubicon 392 is powered by a 6.4-liter HEMI V-8 pumping out 470 horses and 470 lb-ft of torque and tows up to 4,500 lbs. And in case you’ve been wanting to take a Wrangler to the dragstrip, Jeep apparently heard you as the 392 will do 60 mph in 4.5 seconds and eat a quarter-mile in 13 seconds flat. To put that in perspective, the V6 2021 Rubicon has a 4.6L V6 putting out 285hp and 260 lb-ft of torque.
To handle the taller engine and extra 185 horses, the Wrangler Rubicon 392 gets upgraded frame rails, beefier front upper control arms and improved cast-iron steering knuckles. Thankfully, larger rear brakes are standard. The 392 gets 14-inch rotors compared with the 13.4-inch rotors on the standard Rubicon. Jeep improved ground clearance to 10.3 inches, and the approach, ramp breakover, and departure angles to 44.5, 22.6 and 37.5 degrees.