The production Grand Cherokee Trackhawk will likely look very similar to the Grand Cherokee SRT seeing as the Dodge Charger and Challenger Hellcat appear similar to their respective SRT variants. Check out the spy shots at this link before the Grand Cherokee Trackhawk breaks cover early next month. The photos show a stock-looking Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT, however one of the images pictures the SUV with its hood popped – revealing the massive 6.2-liter supercharged Hellcat HEMI V8 that lurks beneath it. The spy images also reveal the Grand Cherokee SRT’s front fascia and hood provide adequate cooling for the supercharged mill, so we doubt the Trackhawk will be heavily restyled. Fiat Chrysler has already confirmed it will bring the Hellcat HEMI V8-powered Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk to the New York International Auto Show in April, but we have now gotten sneak peak at the high performance SUV after it was spied by Road & Track photographers in Michigan with its hood up.
Hydraulic-Powered Hum Rider Jeep Grand Cherokee Travels Over TrafficThe Jeep Grand Cherokee is a vehicle renowned for its off-road capabilities. Grand Cherokee Capabilities: New Grand Cherokee Trailhawk Model Turns Up the CapabilityAt first glance, the Hum Rider might resemble a regular Grand Cherokee. You can catch the Hum Rider in action in the video below:Before you get any commuting ideas, the Hum Rider is not for sale. At 8,500 pounds, the Hum Rider weighs almost twice as much as the average Jeep Grand Cherokee. The Hum Rider Jeep is built upon a custom hydraulic system designed by Scott Beverly of A2Zfx.
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