Jeep® is gearing up for an exciting event this year as it prepares to unveil its latest collection of concept vehicles at the 57th Annual Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah from April 1st to the 9th, 2023. This year’s event promises to be a thrilling experience for Jeep enthusiasts as the brand showcases its electrified power and commanding performance with several one-of-a-kind rock-crawling and terrain-traversing vehicles.
One of the most anticipated concept vehicles is the Jeep Scrambler 392, which is a nod to the brand’s first convertible compact truck, the CJ-8, introduced in 1981. The Scrambler 392 is designed to build on the fun, open-air origins of the CJ-8, but with a modern twist. This powerful vehicle offers an impressive 6.4-liter (392 cubic-inch) HEMI® V-8 engine with 470 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque.
The Jeep Scrambler 392 is a four-door Jeep Wrangler Rubicon (JL) that emphasizes lightweight off-road performance through custom carbon-fiber bodywork. The vehicle’s design showcases a new two-door aesthetic with an open-air freedom personality. The windshield is laid back 12-degrees and matches a lower roof, which gives a nod to chopped top hotrods.
One of the most exciting features of the Jeep Scrambler 392 is the newly released AccuAir air suspension kit developed for the Jeep Wrangler and Jeep Gladiator. This system allows an adjustable suspension lift ranging from 1.5-inches up to 5.5-inches and can be custom adjusted on the fly with an in-cab controller or through long-range Bluetooth on a wireless device.
The Scrambler 392’s rear quarter panel is designed to emphasize the door aperture and wider rear flares. The updated bodywork also includes a new front fender flare and a new carbon-fiber hood. The hood features a tinted clear insert to spotlight the 392 HEMI engine, and custom front and rear lightweight bumpers and new fender flares provide added clearance for a larger tire and wheel combo.
The Jeep Scrambler 392 sits on 40-inch tires wrapped around custom 20-inch rims that are finished in Brass Monkey paint, the same as today’s stock Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392. The exterior of the concept is painted in Sublime green, while the interior boasts custom seats with plaid blue inserts and green stitching.
Jeep’s Scrambler 392 Concept is a unique blend of power, performance, and style that will undoubtedly captivate Jeep enthusiasts and off-road enthusiasts alike. The vehicle showcases the brand’s commitment to innovation and its mission to push the boundaries of what’s possible.
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