Both Jeep and Dodge seem to be pretty committed to bringing their A-game to the competitive world of SUV power. The Challenger SRT Demon continues to tease the world at large, with everyone eagerly waiting for some more information from Dodge. Jeep seems to be committed to joining the fray, as it has now announced that a Hellcat-powered Grand Cherokee is coming to the New York Auto Show!
The 707bhp and 650lb ft of the Hellcat is well worth keeping in mind. At this point, we don’t know if anything is going to be detuned by the time it makes its way to Jeep. At the moment, we only know that Chrysler has taken out a trademark on “Trackhawk.”
The name fits with the rest of the SUVs currently offered by Jeep. Furthermore, we have to appreciate the fact that if the Hellcat is indeed added to a new line of Grand Cherokee vehicles, we are talking about a considerable move upwards in power, compared to anything else Jeep currently has on the market in the realm of SUVs. For now, we can only speculate on what might happen next. The New York Auto Show will be held in April.