Jeep has announced the end of a V8-powered era for its venerable Wrangler off-road machine with a special sendoff, the Rubicon 392 Final Edition.

The Final Edition stands apart with unique hood and front fender vent decals, joined by bronze 17-inch beadlock-capable wheels. Part of the standard Xtreme 35 Package, these wheels hold onto 35-inch BF Goodrich all-terrain tires. An 8,000-pound Warn winch is installed from the factory, mounted up front along with a Mopar triple loop grille guard. Underneath, a half-inch suspension lift provides 11.6 inches of ground clearance, and Mopar heavy-duty rock sliders are outfitted for extra off-road protection should that not be enough.

The interior’s 12-way power-adjustable performance seats are covered in black Nappa leather, bound together by Mayan gold stitching, extending throughout the cabin along with Tupelo highlights. The shifter is adorned with a special medallion, matched by a swing gate plaque commemorating the 392. While the on-board air compressor is optional, the fold-out swing gate table and 83-piece toolkit are standard.

The Wrangler Rubicon 392 boasts an impressive 470 horsepower and an identical torque figure from its 6.4-liter V8 engine, sending it to the ground through an eight-speed automatic and a Selec-Trac full-time active transfer case. A 0-60 time of 4.5 seconds in a Jeep Wrangler is frightening, as is a quarter-mile time of 13.0 seconds; but it’s the good kind of frightening.

It’s a bit sad seeing the quickest and most powerful Wrangler ever made get shepherded off the stage, but at least we get one final blip of the throttle. If you want to get in on this last hoorah, expect Final Edition prices to start at $101,890 with destination. The 2024 Wrangler Rubicon 392 Final Edition is also capped at a total of 3,700 units. That’s 3,300 for the states, 300 for Canada and 100 for everyone else. Production begins in the second quarter of 2024 at Jeep’s Toledo Assembly Plant in Ohio, arriving at dealers soon after.