Is it true Jeep isn’t making the 3.6 Wrangler available without etorque for 2021? Does anyone have any insight into Jeep’s future plans for etorque? I’m planning on purchasing a Wrangler for 2022 and I’m trying to figure out if the Wrangler will be available in 2022 in 3.6 without etorque. I’d love the 392 but unless I sell my Gladiator (and I plan to keep it) that is a tough pill to swallow. So I’m looking at the current engines, I’d go with the ecodiesel if it wasn’t for the emissions equipment with them so it is a hard pass. I don’t like the idea of a turbo charged i4 on a vehicle I plan to keep, my concern is lifespan of that engine. Then there is the 4xe or what it is called, not only does it have the 2.0t it’s paired with a giant battery adding to complexity on a vehicle I plan to keep (I’m concerned about headaches 10+ years from now with this giant battery). So that leaves the 3.6 which I am generally happy with on my Gladiator and I specifically picked one that did not have the etorque because again, seems like a headache waiting to happen.