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You've got to hand it to Jeep. When they go all out, they go all out.
The Grand Cherokee Trailhawk should be able to do quite nicely on the track, but we think it's still pining for those trees.
There's five drive modes in the Selec-Track system, including a dedicated track mode. Plus, there's launch control.
The Trackhawk's eight-speed TorqueFlite automatic has been appropriately upgraded to cope with all that power.
Presumably, the Trackhawk will compete against other insanely powered SUVs like BMW's X5 and X6 M models, as well as Porsche's Cayenne Turbo.
The biggest-ever brakes fitted to a production Jeep should help the Grand Cherokee Trackhawk clip what few circuit apexes it will ever see.
The Grand Cherokee Trackhawk sits an inch lower than other models.
Here lies 707 horsepower and 645 pound-feet of torque.
Performance Pages help keep tabs on both how you're driving and all the vehicle's various systems.
Dual twin-outlet exhausts are finished in menacing black chrome.
Yellow brake calipers under model-specific 20x10 wheels are a racy touch.
2018 Jeep® Grand Cherokee Trackhawk