The new 2024 Jeep® Wrangler, the most capable and recognized vehicle in the world, builds on its legendary history with an unmatched combination of off-road capability, authentic Jeep design, open-air freedom, advanced powertrains, superior on- and off-road dynamics and a host of innovative safety and advanced technology features.
The latest evolution of the world’s most off-road capable and most iconic SUV adds greater capability, new technology and advanced safety features, all while staying true to the Wrangler formula and delivering the freedom to go anywhere and do anything.
New for the 2024 model year, the Jeep brand is taking the Wrangler capability game to new heights with its first full-float Dana rear axle, available 100:1 crawl ratio, new factory Warn winch and increased 5,000-pound tow capability. Inside, customers get to experience more comfort and safety, with a new interior featuring available power front seats, standard 12.3-inch Uconnect 5 touchscreen radio and standard side curtain airbags in the first and second rows.
Wrangler Rubicon models add even more legendary 4×4 capability with an available factory-installed 8,000-lb.-capacity Warn winch, up to 100:1 crawl ratio and new Dana 44 HD full float solid rear axle that allows for tire upsizing by customers and up to 5,000-lb. maximum towing. The New Willys model delivers more capability with larger tires, more ground clearance, high fender flares and improved traction
Iconic Wrangler exterior features new seven-slot grille, windshield-integrated trail-ready stealth antenna, 10 all-new wheel designs and multiple open-air freedom options, including exclusive Sky One-Touch powertop
Wrangler now delivers standard first- and second-row side-curtain airbags, standard forward collision warning (Sport S and above) and standard advanced cruise control with stop (Sport S and above). Also, two new models expand Wrangler’s unrivaled portfolio: Sport S 4xe brings lower entry price point to best-selling PHEV in America
Rubicon X elevates Rubicon nameplate with standard 35-inch tires (2.0- and 3.6-liter automatic powertrains), integrated off-road camera and steel bumpers First factory application of Trails Offroad delivers comprehensive off-road trail guides for the 62 Jeep® Badge of Honor trails loaded right into the Uconnect 5 system, with an upgradable subscription that unlocks full catalog of 3,000-plus Trails Offroad trail guides.
Jeep Wrangler 4xe continues as the best-selling PHEV in America, building on Jeep brand’s goal of Zero Emission Freedom to produce the most capable and sustainable Jeep SUVs. New for 2024, Wrangler 4xe offers Jeep 4xe Power Box, which features four 120-volt outlets with 30 amps of total output, allowing the battery pack to power external devices. By the end of 2025, the entire North America Jeep brand lineup will be electrified. By 2030, 50% of Jeep brand sales in the United States will be fully electric.
Broadest array of powertrain options in premium off-road segment
From the 49 MPGe electrified 4xe plug-in hybrid to the V-8-powered 470-horsepower Rubicon 392, the new 2024 Jeep Wrangler offers the most diverse powertrain options in the off-road segment, giving Wrangler customers the ability to choose the propulsion system that best suits their lifestyle. The advanced 4xe lineup, high-performance Rubicon 392 and 2.0-liter turbocharged I-4 engine come exclusively with an eight-speed automatic transmission, while the 3.6-liter gas engine offers both a six-speed manual transmission and an eight-speed automatic transmission.
2.0-liter turbocharged PHEV 4xe: 375 horsepower, 470 lb.-ft. of torque
2.0-liter turbocharged I-4 engine: 270 horsepower and 295 lb.-ft. of torque
3.6-liter V-6: 285 horsepower and 260 lb.-ft. of torque
6.4-liter V-8: 470 horsepower and 470 lb.-ft. of torque
Legendary go-anywhere 4×4 capability: Most capable SUV ever without compromise
The new 2024 Jeep Wrangler delivers legendary off-road capability thanks to:
Four advanced 4×4 systems:
Command-Trac part-time transfer case
Rock-Trac part-time transfer case
Rock-Trac full-time transfer case
Selec-Trac full-time transfer case
Unmatched crawl ratios of up to 100:1
Water fording of up to 34 inches
Uncompromising approach, departure and breakover angles and ground clearance:
Approach angle: 47.4 degrees
Breakover angle: 27.8 degrees
Departure angle: 40.4 degrees
Ground clearance: 12.9 inches
Every Wrangler model’s Trail Rated badge reflects an unmatched spec list that includes Dana solid front and rear axles, two-speed transfer case, traction control, tow hooks (two front, one rear), four-wheel disc brakes, four skid plates and a minimum tire size of 32 inches. The new 2024 Wrangler continues to raise the bar with the all-new next-generation Dana 44 HD full-float rear axle on Rubicon models; new, upgraded content on Willys, including standard rear locker and 33-inch tires; and a new Rubicon X model with standard 35-inch tires (2.0-liter and 3.6-liter automatic powertrains), integrated off-road camera and steel bumpers.
Wrangler customers are always pushing the capability envelope, routinely upsizing to bigger tires and installing heavy-duty full-float rear axles to handle the larger rubber. Now, Wrangler customers can get full-float axles, typically found on heavy-duty commercial trucks, straight from the factory. Wrangler Rubicon’s first full-float rear axle design consists of a wheel hub assembly that is separate from the axle shaft, with a spindle bolted to the axle tube that supports the wheel hub via a pair of wheel bearings.
By using a full-float axle design, the weight of the vehicle is transferred to the axle tube rather than the axle shaft itself. Thus, the axle shaft is subjected only to torsional loads, with its sole function being to transmit power to the wheel hub. This stronger, more robust full-float construction enables a maximum towing capacity of 5,000 pounds on Rubicon 2.0-liter and 3.6-liter automatic models.
Legendary capability for Wrangler Rubicon comes from a full list of off-road features, including:
First Dana 44 HD full-float solid rear axle
Rock-Trac part-time transfer case with 4:1 4LO ratio
Electronic front sway-bar disconnect
Tru-Lok front- and rear-axle lockers
17-inch aluminum wheels with 33-inch BFGoodrich all-terrain tires
The new Rubicon X, a more premium take on the Rubicon, adds:
Rock-Trac full-time transfer case
Integrated off-road camera
Xtreme 35 Package with beadlock-capable wheels and 35-inch BFGoodrich all-terrain tires (2.0-liter and 3.6-liter automatic powertrains)
The 470-horsepower Wrangler Rubicon 392 returns for 2024 with standard Xtreme 35 Package, 4.56 axle ratio and Selec-Trac full-time transfer case with 4LO ratio of 2.72:1.
New for 2024, Wrangler Rubicon models are available with a factory-installed 8,000-pound-capacity Warn winch mounted in a steel front bumper with removable end caps.
For 2024, the Wrangler Willys steps up 4×4 capability with a newly standard Tru-Lok rear locker, steel rock rails, trailer tow and heavy-duty electrical group, plus larger 33-inch tires (replacing previous 32-inch tires). On top of that, the Willys 4xe adds the Selec-Trac full-time transfer case with a 4LO ratio of 2.72:1.
The Wrangler High Altitude returns with newly standard Sky One-Touch powertop, 12-way power and heated front seats, integrated front camera and Selec-Trac full-time transfer case, in addition to a unique exterior appearance with 20-inch wheels and body-color bumpers. High Altitude models are the first Wranglers to introduce the exclusive new Mantis Green interior color on the instrument panel mid bolster and Nappa leather seats.
The new Wrangler’s Uconnect 5 system offers more connected services and features for unmatched ease of use. The suite of system highlights includes:
12.3-inch digital touchscreen (NEW)
Trails Offroad (NEW)
Five user profiles plus a valet mode – customizable music preferences, apps, seat position, mirror angles and climate comfort levels (NEW)
Wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto
Fully customizable home screen for quick access to frequently used features and one-touch operation (NEW)
Simultaneous connectivity for two Bluetooth-enabled phones (NEW)
Alexa Home to Car functionality to include in-vehicle Alexa virtual assistant with natural voice capability and Car to Home features
Uconnect mobile app
SiriusXM 360L platform and Personalized Stations Powered by Pandora (NEW)
TomTom navigation with predictive search, natural speak and live traffic updates
Maps OTA updates at the push of a button for Uconnect NAV system (NEW)
4G LTE Wi-Fi hotspot to connect up to eight wireless devices
The most advanced powertrain ever developed for a Jeep Wrangler maximizes efficiency and eliminates range anxiety with 49 miles per gallon equivalent (MPGe), while delivering 21 miles of pure-electric operation for most daily commutes and hours on the trail.
The Jeep Wrangler 4xe powertrain integrates two electric motors and a 400-volt battery pack with a fuel-efficient, turbocharged, 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine and TorqueFlite eight-speed automatic transmission. This configuration maximizes the efficiency of the hybrid propulsion components and mates them with the Wrangler’s world-renowned and proven driveline.
New for 2024, all Wrangler 4xe models offer a Jeep 4xe Power Box that features four 120-volt outlets with 30 amps of total output, allowing the battery pack to power external devices such as phones and tablets.
Key output of the Wrangler 4xe powertrain includes 375 horsepower (280 kW), 470 lb.-ft. (637 Nm) of torque and 49 MPGe from the following components:
2.0-liter turbocharged I-4
Engine-mounted motor generator unit
Transmission-mounted motor generator unit integrated into eight-speed automatic transmission
400-volt, 17-kWh, 96-cell lithium-ion, nickel manganese cobalt battery pack
The Jeep Wrangler 4xe’s E Selec modes allow the driver to tailor the hybrid powertrain to best suit each trip, whether it is filling the needs of most daily commutes in pure-electric operation, a night on the town or quietly exploring nature off-road.
Hybrid: The default mode blends torque from the 2.0-liter engine and electric motor. In this mode, the powertrain will use battery power first, then add in propulsion from the 2.0-liter turbocharged I-4 when the battery reaches minimum state of charge
Electric: The powertrain operates on zero-emission electric power only until the battery reaches the minimum charge or the driver requests more torque (such as wide-open throttle), which engages the 2.0-liter engine
eSave: Prioritizes propulsion from the 2.0-liter engine, saving the battery charge for later use, such as EV off-roading or urban areas where internal combustion propulsion is restricted. The driver can also choose between Battery Save and Battery Charge during eSave via the Hybrid Electric Pages in the Uconnect monitor.