New Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk tested in the desertMarch 21, 2019
Fans of the company and off-road model were previously outraged when the company’s engineers decided to focus on the speed and track operation of the car, installing a powerful Hellcat engine, and it was time to test its capabilities on the sand dunes.
The new Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk received a 6.2-liter V8 HEMI turbo engine capable of developing up to 707 horsepower and an incredible amount of torque. Potentially, this is excess power for an SUV. The car is able to drive a quarter mile (402 meters) in 11.6 seconds. But apparently, this is not the only advantage of the “charged” SUV.
Theoretically, the family car Jeep Grand Cherokee became a real “beast” performed by the Trackhawk. Judging by the short video presented, the SUV sand dunes are not an obstacle, and now the model itself decides where there is a road. And the new engine adds a special charm thanks to a pleasant exhaust sound.
And now we see that the novelty can please everyone, both speed lovers and off-road lovers. However, some overlook another segment of consumers – tuners, and this model has great potential.
Meanwhile, the Jeep Gladiator pickup on the basis of the new Wrangler is already in production. A new pickup is preparing to enter the market. While concern FCA announced the start of mass production. The first cars Jeep Gladiator will appear before the end of next month.
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