Can anyone confirm the 2022 boot screen?

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For the few out there that just took delivery of the 2022 model, can you let us know which dash boot screen it has? Just curious if it finally has the 392 specific graphics the concept had, or the standard Rubicon, or worse, regular Wrangler as some have received?
 
What are the differences in the graphics?
 
Dash 392.png

Dash Rubicon.jpeg
 
Am I wrong for not caring? I just want everything to work. Is there any downside to any of the screens besides first world problems of not meeting your expectations visually?
 
Sahara and Rubicon were just images posted from around the internet. The 392 was a capture from a video review of a '22 with the XR package. Let me go back and find it and I'll try to post the vid.
 
Is there any downside to any of the screens besides first world problems of not meeting your expectations visually?
Nope! Doesn't make me want that 392 on start any less though! :D
 
My early 21 has the regular sport splash start up screen. I changed it up the rubicon start up with the Tazer. I emailed ZAutomotive to see if they might add the 392 splash screen. They told me it would be difficult since it’s probably not embedded in the computer. If enough of us bug them about it maybe they might make it happen.
 
Just picked up my 392 XR last night and just noticed that it is a picture of a yellow sport that boots up when I start it up. So you cannot use a tazer to change this? Has anyone contacted their dealer yet to ask them if this is something they can fix? Just curious, I love the 4xe boot screen in my other rubicon.
 
Ugh! Jeep needs to get their shit together. using the entry level in their premium lineup is just plain laziness.
 
Ugh! Jeep needs to get their shit together. using the entry level in their premium lineup is just plain laziness.

It is pretty obvious the 392 was a last minute product extension to take some steam out of the Bronco launch.
 
True, but we know it exists: from the concept vehicle, to review mules, it’s shown itself in the wild frequently… just doesn’t seem to make it to consumers.
 
My dealer contacted me this morning to see how I was doing with the 392. I told them everything is great except I noticed that when I start the vehicle it shows a yellow wrangler instead of the 392 splash screen. Have not heard anything back yet but am hoping this is something that they can fix with a software update on their end. It’s not the end of the world,… but I would love to see the awesome 392 logo instead of a sport or Sahara that’s yellow haha. Loving my hydro blue 393 XR though!
 
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