Fiat Chrysler is going to have a powerful New York Auto Show this April. Citing “reliable sources” Motor Authority says the Hellcat-powered Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk will debut along with the Dodge SRT Demon. So much HEMI power for one show, but the Trackhawk has been a long time coming.
The Trackhawk’s existence was confirmed some time ago and spy shots have popped up periodically ever since. Basically the formula here is one we’ve already come to expect from FCA: an SRT model powered by the 707 horsepower Hellcat engine that is already found in the Dodge Challenger and Charger.
Since originally launched, enthusiasts have begged FCA to put the Hellcat engine in more products. It’s been rumored for everything and FCA has even teased it in concepts, such as the Ram.
The Grand Cherokee Trackhawk will join the recently-announced Dodge Durango SRT in fluffing the FCA performance SUV family. No word yet on when the Trackhawk will blast its way to dealerships, but we can expect all the details at the New York show in April.