The all-new Jeep® Wrangler - the most capable Wrangler ever - has been put to the test in a way that truly commemorates its legendary status in off-road circles. To celebrate the introduction of the all-new fourth generation, the iconic Jeep Wrangler was taken to the test on the challenging Rubicon Trail in the mountains between California and Nevada, USA. At the end of August, a convoy of Wrangler vehicles, all in the off-road specialist Rubicon trim, the most capable for off-road driving, set off on the legendary track located west of Lake Tahoe. The unstoppable Rubicon was perfectly at ease on the extremely hard trail, which winds up rocks, slopes and plateaus, climbing over natural obstacles, courtesy of its unmatched off-road equipment. Each model was equipped with the Rock-Trac 4x4 system, featuring a two-speed transfer case with 4.0:1 low-range gear ratio, front and rear heavy-duty next-generation Dana 44 axles, Tru-Lok electric front- and rear-axle lockers to tackle the most extreme off-road sections and electronic sway-bar disconnect which allows drivers to disconnect the front sway bar to deliver additional wheel travel for traversing the toughest trails. Rubicon Trail, one of the most challenging off-road tracks in the world The Rubicon Trail is one of the world's most challenging trails - rated a 10 for "most difficult" on a scale of 1 to 10 - and is known as the "granddaddy of all off-highway trails." In 2003 the trail inspired the name of the Rubicon trim, the most capable off-road vehicle in the Wrangler range. For these characteristics, the history of the Jeep brand is linked in a special way to this track, arguably one of the most famous off-road trails in the world.