Jeep Rivals Ford Bronco Release With V8 Wrangler Rubicon 392 Concept Jeep Transforms Its Gladiator EcoDiesel Into an Overlanding Dream Concept WALD Releases … The slimy thing is that Jeep lists all these dimensional details like depth of water it can ford and approach/departure angles. This picture was a big deal. Is this Jeep's tongue in cheek way of stealing some thunder from the hurricane of 2021 Ford Bronco news? Absolutely zero written info was included with the photo, but ever since Jeep successfully engineered the Grand Cherokee into doing four-wheel burnouts with the SRT-8 and Trackhawk, Wrangler owners have been asking for a Hemi badge. While it's all but impossible to say which model was in the shadowy teaser--for all we know, it could be a Gladiator--at least one thing is clear: the company is about to drop its famed Hemi V8 in yet another model. Regardless, Jeep has been successful in nabbing our attention. Can you imagine a Jeep Wrangler SRT with a manual transmission, 35-inch tires and a factory lift-kit? Both the Bronco and, supposedly, whatever Jeep this is will be hitting showrooms before long. We wouldn't be surprised if Jeep held off a bit to see exactly how the public reacts to the 2021 Bronco, but if this off-roader boasts the same 485 horsepower as its Dodge Scat Pack stablemates, it could be in another league. 2020 Jeep Wrangler … Connect with friends faster than ever with the new Facebook app. Two days after Jeep teased a V-8–powered Wrangler, and on the day of the Bronco debut, it reveals the Wrangler Rubicon 392 concept. That is because … It Looks Like a Hemi V8-Powered Jeep Wrangler Is Finally On the Way By Jesus Garcia, The Drive 7/11/2020. Microsoft may earn an Affiliate Commission if you purchase something through recommended links in this article. If not a Wrangler, might this be a silent preview of the rumored Raptor-challenger, the Gladiator Hercules? Tuning companies like Hennessey and Rubitrux have long been answering the calls for Hemi-powered offerings, but there's nothing like getting it straight from the factory. We know Ford has a release date of 2021 for its pride and joy SUV revival, and it'll be revealed on Monday on prime time television. Got a tip? Send us a note: tips@thedrive.com, Like us on Facebook to see similar stories, Supreme Court restores ban on curbside voting in Alabama, Chipotle reveals it killed the free tortilla side because people were ordering too many during the pandemic. The 2021 Jeep Wrangler V8. This morning, over on the official Jeep Instagram account, an image was posted of a Jeep Wrangler fender and hood. However the traditional lineup of Wrangler two- and four-door compact SUVs should carry over for'20 with nothing but fresh paint shades and perhaps a new special-edition trim level. 2021 might be the year of the off-road SUV. With aftermarket 37" tires and a 2" lift, how surprising it can ford 4" more water! Expect to see YouTube channels filled with comparison tests of the new kid Bronco going up against the latest Jeep Wrangler. If nothing else, what this Jeep 392 Hemi teaser photo does is stir the imagination. It Looks Like a Hemi V8-Powered Jeep Wrangler Is Finally On the Way. Perhaps Ford should use Big Foot's stats next time they release … What's more, it looks like it'll be a real-deal off-roader. By Connor Hoffman Jul 13, 2020 Now, of course, our minds are left to wonder. Saturday morning, Jeep's Twitter account posted a tantalizing view of what looks to be a Wrangler hood with a badge reading "392." 2020 Jeep Rubicon V8 - Jeep is adding a Wrangler-based pickup truck for 2020, referred to as the Gladiator. On the same day Ford is scheduled to finally unveil the 2021 Bronco, Jeep cheekily revealed the Wrangler Rubicon 392 Concept, a V8-powered JL Wrangler that … Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 Concept revealed with V8-power Unlike the concept, the 392 decal is missing from the bonnet scoop, but this would be an easy thing to leave off from a prototype. After the 392 Hemi, will there ever be a Hellcat? Show full articles without "Continue Reading" button for {0} hours.