The Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 Is A Dino That’s One Step Ahead Of The Tar Pit

The last time Jeep shoehorned a V8 engine under the hood of its flagship off-road machine, a young Tom Cruise was climbing into the cockpit of an F-14 Tomcat and flying it off the deck of an aircraft carrier into an endless sky of cinematic superstardom.

Flash forward four decades to 2022 and a lot has changed — that is, unless we’re talking about Hollywood or the Jeep. An older, wiser and infinitely wealthier Cruise has once again returned to theaters to star in the sequel to the most successful Navy recruitment film of all time. At the same time, lurking on the lot at your local dealer, an over-muscled icon growls to life, the tonal terror of its exhaust rumbling back through the years to sync up with the long-departed CJ-7 Renegade’s own aural emissions.

What did I think about the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392? Head over to Inside Hook to read the full review.

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