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The new Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 392 packs a 6.4-liter naturally aspirated V8 with 470 hp and 470 lb-ft (637 Nm) and is certainly no slouch. However, it pales in comparison to this Wrangler that’s outfitted with FCA’s 6.2-liter supercharged Demon V8.

This particular Wrangler came to life through RubiTrux in North Carolina and thanks to the new Demon engine, churns out an incredible 808 hp and 717 lb-ft (972 Nm) of torque. Making this particular example all the more impressive is the fact that it is a short-wheelbase, two-door Wrangler which should make driving it a bit more… interesting.

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Indeed, in a promotional clip for the off-roader, RubiTrux shows just how accelerative it is off the line and the burnouts it can do without breaking sweat. It also happens to sound truly demonic and while it may not look very different than a Wrangler fresh off the factory floor, the sound alone will let other motorists around you know that this thing is far from stock.

In addition to fitting the Demon engine, RubiTrux manufactured a billet machined transfer case adapter to ensure everything works together as it should. The off-roader has also been equipped with a lift kit, Fuel off-road wheels with 37-inch tires, and a unique front bumper that houses a winch.

It’s unclear how much RubiTrux charges for a conversions like this, but having the company slot a 707 HP Hellcat powertrain into the Wrangler costs a cool $58,850.

 


The 2021 Mazda MX-5 has just received a series of updates in Australia, including the introduction of the new MX-5 RS GT which is available both in the Roadster and the RF.

Aimed exclusively at the Australian market, the RS GT boasts upgraded Brembo brakes with enhanced cooling and high-performance pads, reducing the unsprung mass by 2 kg (4.4 lbs). It also sports re-tuned gas-pressurized dampers from Bilstein, which, according to Mazda, provide more feedback and improve the car’s grip.

The new MX-5 GT RS also features a solid alloy strut tower brace for increased rigidity and rides on bespoke 17-inch forged alloy wheels from BBS shod in 205/45 Bridgestone Potenza S001 tires. Power comes from the 135 kW (184 PS / 181 HP) and 205 Nm (151 lb-ft) of torque SkyActiv-G 2.0-liter four-cylinder that’s mated to a six-speed manual transmission.

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Slotting at the top of the MX-5 Roadster range, the Roadster GT RS starts at AU$47,020 (US$35,011), excluding on-road costs. The RF variant is positioned between the GT and the automatic GT Black Roof and has an MSRP of AU$51,100 (US$38,049).

Deliveries of the track-focused model will kick off in January 2021, alongside the rest of the MX-5 range, which has also been updated. The entire lineup benefits from standard wireless Apple CarPlay, which connects the user’s smartphone to the 7-inch infotainment system, supporting the already available wired Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

The MX-5 RF GT Black Roof is available with the Pure White Nappa leather upholstery, and the 97 kW (132 PS / 130 HP) 1.5-liter MX-5 Roadster and 2.0-liter RF also get black-finished side mirror casings, while the new Deep Crystal Blue paint finish has been added to the color palette.