Shortly after that reveal, a Jeep “insider” allegedly let slip to Road & Track that the 392 would indeed be put into production, saying 30 prototypes had already been built at the Jeep plant in Toledo, Ohio. Of course, until Jeep comes out with an official announcement nothing is guaranteed, but now that one of those prototypes has been spotted in the wild, the chance of a showroom-ready V8 Wrangler actually happening appears to be higher than ever.
Given the thing is already running around public roads with so little camouflage, we don’t anticipate having to wait very long until the production Wrangler 392 graces our roads and trails. We can’t wait.
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