For over a decade, Jeep (under Chrysler) has been under the umbrella of Italian giants Fiat due to the 2008 recession where Fiat bought mass stake in Chrysler. It was a sort of bailout for troubled Chrysler. Eventually Fiat would buy controlling stake. Fast forward to now, a merger between the Italian Fiat and the French Groupe PSA has now become Stellantis, a Dutch company. 14 car brands, including Jeep and Chrysler, are now under new management.
Just like Fiat's previous arrangement with Jeep and Chrysler, I would like to think that this is just business as usual and that the legendary Jeep vehicles such as Wrangler Rubicon will still remain. It was a money maker for Fiat so I don't see Stellantis changing that. You're parts or components might change though. In fact, Jeep Wrangler 2.0T is very similar engine to the Alfa Romeo Giulia engine!
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