You might recognize this Grand Cherokee's name from other Jeep products, including Cherokee and Renegade.
Trailhawk is an off-road trim that brings both aesthetics and functionality to the table.
In fact, the first use of Trailhawk was on a Grand Cherokee concept back in 2012.
Trailhawk is the sixth Grand Cherokee model, following Laredo, Limited, Overland, Summit and SRT.
Off-road capability abounds.
Standard equipment includes Jeep's Quadra-Drive II 4x4 system with an electronic limited slip differential.
The car also comes with off-road-specific air suspension and skid plates.
The matte hood decal does more than look aggressive -- it helps cut down on glare in the cabin.
If you remove the lower front fascia, the Grand Cherokee Trailhawk boasts a 36.1-degree approach angle (29.8 degrees with all parts still attached).
Do you like getting high? You'll love the Trailhawk's 10.8-inch max ground clearance.
Naturally, the car's red tow hooks came over from other Trailhawk models.
Eighteen-inch off-road tires are standard, with the option to move up to 20-inch sets.
As you might expect, there are plenty of Trail Rated badges littered around the exterior.
If you're really hitting the dirt hard, you can spring for a set of optional Mopar rock rails.
It's a beastly looking vehicle, no bones about it.
Available colors include red, silver, white, gray and black.
Inside, the Trailhawk boasts a special black interior featuring seats wrapped in both leather and suede.
Red accent stitching covers the seats, doors and console.
The standard infotainment offering is Jeep's excellent 8.4-inch Uconnect touchscreen system.
The infotainment contains unique off-road features, displaying ride height, driving modes and wheel articulation.