From what I've ready & seen, there should not be issues with the electric motors or battery with lift kits. I would not be surprised if the regular 2.0L skid plates don't fit due to the charger/DCDC converter on the driver's side adjacent to the rear driveshaft. In the image below, the blue bits are new.Not sure if this is the right place to post this question, but do we know if there will be any interference of new powertrain components with lift kits? The big battery is inside the body so no issue there, but do we think any of the new electrical will pose any issues? I certainly hope not... thanks in advance.
The transmission, driveshafts, and battery are new. The axels are the same as those used on the JT Rubi (if the article I read was correct), and the rest of the suspension is unchanged...with the exception of higher spring rate coils. This model will weigh 5222Lbs; about 150Lbs more than the portly 392, 300Lbs more than the diesel, and something like 700Lbs more than the base V6 manual. So, while the suspension is the same style as previous JL's, the springs will really need to be upgraded on any lift kit. Supposedly, Mopar is working on one.