We doubt Jeep would develop a more powerful Grand Cherokee and fit it with tailpipes that seem smaller than the components on the existing SRT. Rumors suggest the Grand Cherokee Trackhawk could debut as soon as 2017 New York Auto Show in April, and the imminent premiere might explain the apparent lack of camouflage on these examples. Compared to the existing Grand Cherokee SRT, the Trackhawk features a new front bumper with three larger intakes in the fascia, and the LEDs at the corners are gone. Last year, Jeep boss Mike Manley confirmed development of the long-rumored Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Trackhawk with the Hellcat 6.2-liter supercharged V8, and a new spy shot has given us the first look at the muscle-bound engine under the SUV’s hood. The sole under-hood photograph is a little grainy but there’s no mistaking the supercharger sitting on top of the engine.
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Watch a Modified Jeep Grand Cherokee Glide Over Traffic
Check out the video below to watch a Jeep Grand Cherokee glide over traffic. Verizon is using a modified Jeep Grand Cherokee to promote its new Hum vehicle connectivity module for 1996-present vehicles with an OBD II port. The Jeep Grand Cherokee has been fitted with a custom hydraulic system that not only elevates the SUV, but also moves the wheels out on an angle giving it a wider stance. In the video, the Grand Cherokee’s track widens as it rises above other cars so that it can drive over a line of stopped traffic. While we can’t facebook/” target=”_blank”>comment on the Hum device, we find the Hum Rider a clever idea particularly for Los Angeles traffic.
2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee TrackHawk shows off its hellish supercharged V8
We’ve seen the spy shots of this thing, the 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee TrackHawk , before. Until the hood goes up, there’s no telling what we’re really looking at.Well, seeing is believing. The fog lights in the lower grille vents are gone, and the rear fascia gets a bit more aggressive. Perhaps these will be the external details that separate the TrailHawk from the lowly non-supercharged SRT versions. We have been looking at TrackHawks all along.
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