First spy shots of the new Jeep Grand Cherokee TrackhawkSeptember 21, 2019
The next generation Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk can get a powerful Demon engine.
A new generation of Jeep Grand Cherokee is on its way, but new spy shots suggest that the existing Trackhawk may have a special version before the next generation model. Modifications make you think, maybe this is a variant of the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon.
In the photos, the front view is only a modified jeep, but there is a very obvious change. This Grand Cherokee Trackhawk wears a modified hood with a large bulge. It seems that the central part should be a scoop, but the element in these images seems closed. One explanation for this is white, perhaps this part is still under development.
There are no other visible changes to this car. However, it is next to something like the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon with an SRT badge missing from the grill.
Since it is next to what Demon is likely to be, we have to wonder if the Grand Cherokee also has a V8 supercharged with 808 horsepower (603 kilowatts). Opening a hood scoop would be a way to direct more air into a powerful propulsion system. Assuming this is so, the Grand Cherokee Trackhawk will immediately become the king of high-performance SUVs. With a power of 808 hp he would easily surpass models like the Lamborghini Urus with a power of 641 hp. (478 kW) and Bentley Bentayga Speed with a power of 626 hp
If Jeep intends to sell this hotter Trackhawk, he must act quickly. The next-generation Grand Cherokee is reported to debut in mid-2020 and go on sale in the 2021 model year. Timing gives the automaker only a few months to get this model into car dealerships.
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