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2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk revealed, Australian arm keen
Click the photos tab for more imagesMORE: Grand Cherokee Trackhawk reportsMORE: Grand Cherokee news, reviews, comparisons and videosMORE: Everything Jeep The 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk has finally been revealed, fusing the supercharged heart of the Hellcat-badged Dodge Challenger and Charger with the more practical body of an SUV. Drive is sent to an on-demand all-wheel drive system via an eight-speed automatic transmission, which have both been upgraded over regular Grand Cherokee models to deal with the huge outputs of the Hellcat engine. Speaking with press to announce the Jeep brand’s new ‘There and Back Guarantee’, Zanlunghi said the company would “have two hands up” for the Trackhawk. Distinguishing the Trackhawk from the ‘lesser’ Grand Cherokee SRT from the outside are a revised front fascia, quad-tip exhaust outlets and new 20-inch titanium colour wheels wrapped in 295/45ZR20 Pirelli Scorpion Verde Season or Pirelli P Zero three-season tyres.
2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk revealed
The American off-road brand has officially confirmed one of the worst-kept secrets by revealing its Grand Cherokee Trackhawk ahead of its public debut at the New York motor show this week. Jeep Australia has yet to officially confirm the Grand Cherokee Trackhawk will be offered locally, but the company’s new Managing Director, Steve Zanlunghi, has previously expressed his desire for such a vehicle when it becomes available. 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk Photo: FCA US LLCThe long-rumoured high-performance soft roader rockets straight to the top of the charts as the world’s most powerful and fastest SUV thanks to a supercharged heart transplant from the Dodge Challenger Hellcat. Jeep has revealed the supercar of SUVs. But it’s not just a weapon in a straight line, as Jeep has beefed-up the rest of the Grand Cherokee’s mechanical package to handle the extra grunt and improve its road holding.
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