All the work that goes into this version will be a part of the Grand Cherokee facelift that’s lined up, and the new design includes styling changes to the fascia, a new grille, larger air dams, and new fog lamps. Jeep’s distinctive seven slot grille on this iteration, with the black trim joining the dark-bordered head lamps, looks somewhat subdued.
For now though, Jeep has left the engine untouched and that means buyers can continue to relish the 6.4-litre Hemi V8 that makes 470bhp. Sources also suggest that the international market will get to witness the Hellcat edition next year, which will use a reworked version of the SRT’s Hemi V8 motor that’s expected to make 707bhp, and a whole lot of excitement. This version is slated to be called the Trackhawk, and we shall share more on this vehicle in the days to come, so stay tuned!