12 Jeep's answer to the Ford Bronco

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To keep up with its new rival, the Bronco, Jeep unveiled the new Wrangler Rubicon 392 V8. It has a 6.4-liter HEMI V8, producing 477 horsepower and 637 newton-meters of torque. The power goes to all four wheels through an 8-speed automatic transmission, the only option available for this variant.

Like all Rubicon models, it gets the off-road package, including 5 centimeters higher ground clearance, stronger axles, and bigger wheels. Even though it has off-road tyres and the aerodynamics of a brick, it can accelerate from 0-60 mph in just 4.5 seconds, and completes the 1/4 mile in 13 seconds.

Unfortunately, there is very little chance of Jeep bringing the Wrangler V8 to Europe, mostly because of the CO2 emissions of the car.

2m ago by benedekpuskas
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Cauf40f50  1m ago

a v8 engine isnt enough to match the bronco at off road

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FastestLaps  2m ago

This vs G63 AMG. Battle of bricks.


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FastestLaps  2m ago

The brick factor doesn't matter in 0-60 mph. Something like this will embarrass a lot of sporty cars from full stop drag race.


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benedekpuskas  2m ago

@FastestLaps could you take out the "V8" part from the title? Thanks


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Lambolover  2m ago

Ford should release a Bronco V8
For the sake of the competition


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benedekpuskas  2m ago

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