At least back to sticker. By end of summer should be able to order a 392 without the top convenience/safety packages. Those packs make a huge chunk of price. Once the base is out and people start buying them - the market demand on the Launch will drop. Demand goes down so does price. And remeber - those packages add price - but not value (later those packages may add 1-2% to value while new they add 3-8 to cost).So, are you saying that if any of those original dealer allotments are left when the "base" model is available, their price may come down?
Use the builder on jeep site - compare a rubi 3.6 with every conceivable option to a 392 minus the top two package prices (from what $$ they added to the rubi 3.6)... the hemi is only about a 15000 dollar difference. I've seen folks throw that and then some into a nicely done swap... for the cost of a good crate engine the oem 392 plays well with the rest of the vehicle's electronics as its all programmed around that platform - where swaps simply arent!