It may be seven years old, but this wildly modified Grand Cherokee is one of the craziest Jeeps out there.
The most plush 2019 Grand Cherokee available will set you back AUD $84,450, plus on-road costs, and comes with an extensive list of equipment .
Jeep’s latest limited-run Grand Cherokee is already available at dealerships Down Under, with prices starting at AUD $61,450.
The picture suggests the cabin will have an evolutionary design with higher quality materials and improved technology.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk’s 6.2-liter V8 can power it through to 180 mph.
The next-generation Jeep Grand Cherokee will have a plug-in hybrid powertrain and, possibly, a turbocharged inline-six.
O.CT Tuning is also prepping an 853 HP Stage 2 upgrade that will be even wilder.
These special editions add a lot of equipment, most of which, as their name implies, is dark-themed.
Following court approval, FCA will begin updating its diesel-powered models and compensating owners.
The Grand Cherokee Trackhawk hit a 280 km/h (174 mph) top speed on Russia’s Lake Baikal.
Joining the S-Limited is the Grand Cherokee S-Overland, with a turbodiesel engine and other updates.
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