Though this model is referred to as the Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, officials are yet to confirm if the Trackhawk moniker will be retained. As the picture suggests, this model has been spotted testing on a number of occasions sporting an aggressive nose with a front bumper that has more air intakes. Other high-performance parts are also anticipated to find their way into this application like a beefier suspension and larger brakes.
Jeep has already confirmed that this model will use the 6.2-litre supercharged V8 motor from the Dodge Challenger and Charger SRT Hellcat models. Though the powerplant currently makes 707bhp, there’s no confirmation about how much power it will make in the Grand Cherokee Trackhawk since it will have an all-wheel-drive setup. Nevertheless, the 0-100kmph sprint is expected to be clocked in around three seconds.
We will have more news for you in the time to come, so stay tuned.