Custom 2022 Jeep Wrangler 392 by Studio Motors

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Meet this Jeep G392, dramatically customized by Studio Motors, featuring over $50,000 in high-end modifications for unmatched off-road capability and a unique military vibe with brass accents.

The Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 stands out with its robust 6.4-liter HEMI V8 engine, delivering 470 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque. This powerhouse achieves 0 to 60 mph in just 4.5 seconds, making it the quickest Wrangler yet. Its equipped with an 8-speed automatic and full-time 4x4, ready to tackle any challenge.


  • Aesthetic: A military vibe with brass accents, featuring custom parts for a rugged yet refined look.
  • Performance: Equipped with an EVO Manufacturing Stage Four lift, King coilovers, and a high-performance braking system by APB.
  • Off-Road Capability: Enhanced with real beadlock wheels from KMC, Nitto Trail Grapplers, and comprehensive lighting solutions from Baja Designs and KC Highlights.
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All Customizations

Based on the transcript you've provided, here is a list of the customizations and modifications made to the Jeep G392, including brand names, model names, and any other details mentioned:

  1. OEM Bumper (Front End) - End caps removed for a stubby look.
  2. Warn S10 Winch - Synthetic rope winch. It's noted for being safer and easier to manage than a metal rope. The winch and plate from Warn are mentioned to cost about $1,500 not including installation.
  3. Baja Design Amber Lights - A pair costs about $800.
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  1. KC Highlights Light Bar - The light bar alone is mentioned to be $2,200, with the KC Highlights mounting brackets pushing the total closer to $2,800 not including installation.
  2. Real Bead Lock Wheels from KMC - A set of five costs about $2,800. It's highlighted that when buying wheels for a Jeep, you're typically purchasing five to include the spare.
  3. Nitto Trail Grapplers Tires - A set costs about $2,700, making the total wheel and tire cost around $7,000.
  4. Half Doors - Part of the Dual Door Group from Jeep, with upper premium tops. No specific cost mentioned.
  5. Rock Slide Engineering Side Steps - These serve as both rock sliders and side steps, costing about $2,300.
  6. EVO Manufacturing Roof Rack - Priced at about $850 before tax and installation.
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  1. Rigid Light Bars (6-inch, Set of Four) - Costing about $880 for the set, with total costs including installation reaching around $2,000.
  2. King Coilovers with EVO Manufacturing Full-Blown Lift Kit 4392 - The setup, including the lift kit and coilovers, is noted to be around $8,700 to $9,000 before tax and installation.
  3. Synergy Manufacturing Steering System with King Steering Stabilizer - The components from Synergy with the King stabilizer cost about $1,000 not including taxes and installation.
  4. EVO Manufacturing Fender Liners - These have perforations and parts powder coated in brass to match the King coilovers. No specific cost mentioned, but detailed as contributing to the vehicle's aesthetic and thermal management.
  5. APB Brake System (Front and Rear) - An upgrade to bigger rotors and calipers for improved stopping power, mentioned to cost about $4,200 before tax and installation.

Throughout the video, the emphasis is on the high-quality, safety, and aesthetic enhancements these modifications bring to the Jeep G392, along with the significant investment required to achieve this level of customization.