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New Jeep Grand Wagoneer Trackhawk Rendered, Production Rumors Grow

Now that the 2021 Jeep Grand Wagoneer Concept has been unveiled, the time has come to look into the future of the production model, so let's talk supercharged muscle, shall we? This rendering is here to help us visualize the highly anticipated, yet unconfirmed Trackhawk incarnation of the full-size SUV.
Jeep Grand Wagoneer Trackhawk rendering 5 photos
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Keep in mind that Jeep has yet to supply the engine details for the upcoming Grand Wagoneer and Wagoneer. Think of the latter as a slightly less ambitious luxury effort from Jeep. So, while the Wagoneer will kick off at around $60,000, you can expect an all-out Grand Wagoneer to travel north of the $100,000 border.

Even so, since the newcomer will ride on the platform of the Ram 1500, albeit replacing the truck's solid rear axle with an independent setup, we know what to expect in the firepower department. As such, the Jeep's engine range will probably involve hybrid-assisted 3.6-liter V6 and 5.7-liter V8 gas unit, with a 3.0-liter turbodiesel possibly joining the first two. Oh, and we'll also get a plug-in hybrid powertrain.

Well, this pixel portraint, which comes from digital label Car News Network, adds some velocity-styled bits to the Grand Wagoneer Concept – as with all products packing the company’s blown 6.2-liter V8, the visual changes aren’t as noticeable as those that take place under the hood.

Now, since FCA (whose merger with PSA has now led to the birth of a company called Stellantis) has decided to throw the supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI at the Dodge Challenger, Charger and Durango (all Hellcats), the Jeep Grand Cherokee (Trackhawk) and the Ram 1500 (TRX), we can expect the 700+ horsepower unit to also land under the hood of the Grand Wagoneer.

And with a leaked document coming from German powertrain component maker ZF mentioning the "Grand Wagoneer Trackhawk” as early as 2017, things are looking good, unless FCA decides to completely change its current policy on average fleet emissions.

The new Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer are set to reach dealerships in the second quarter of next year, so we still have plenty of time to get our hands on fresh powertrain details.


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