Perhaps I'm mistaken, but I thought he was referring to the Gladiator from this interview: https://www.thedrive.com/news/27346...-like-a-glove-and-thats-the-problem-exec-saysHave they, though?
I'm in the "I'll Believe it when I see it" camp.
But as I pointed out earlier in the thread, Kuniskis was asked about the Hellcat, to which he replied that it fit like a glove with no crush space.
Regardless, though, I'd be curious to see what the cab of a JL or Gladiator with a 392 looks like after a front collision.
A Hemi is totally possible in a Wrangler, just not the one we have today. If they completely redesigned it around the 392 and worked their way down for the other powertrain options, there'd certainly be more wiggle room to appease the government. But how much change is required and what gets compromised? And at the end of the day, is it still even a Wrangler?I mean, I certainly wouldn't put it past Jeep to have the engineering figured out on the Hemi for some time.