The fresh new Jeep Grand Cherokee will be rolling out this year but it will likely be missing the model we care about, the Trackhawk.
So what will be used as opposed to the 6.2-litre mentioned above? A safe bet would be a hybridised 5.7-litre HEMI.
Just like the concept, it benefits from a two-inch increase in ride height and a substantial host of upgrades to make it extremely capable off the beaten track.
If this is a too much for you, the Stage 1 package ‘only’ pushes 8-7 hp (602 kW) getting you to 100 km/h in 3.5 seconds.
The stage 2 kit will set you back €3,950 in Germany and what this will get you is an impressive 789 hp (588 kW).
Stuffing the Demon engine into the SUV would allow Jeep to brag about building the most powerful SUV on the market.
Thanks to the Gulf wrap on the Jeep, you can immediately sense it packs something a little more than standard but just how much more?
GPS trackers registered a maximum speed of 280 km/h, which makes it the new fastest SUV on ice.
We don’t want to spoil too much in the video so just push play and enjoy!
Push play and watch how astonishing it is to see a full blown SUV running faster than a McLaren 720S down the drag strip.