Jeep debuted its most exciting product in quite some time at the 2017 New York International Auto Show earlier this month – the 707 horsepower Grand Cherokee Trackhawk. The high-performance SUV made an entrance fit for such an insane vehicle, with Dodge performing a live dyno test so those in attendance could hear and see the Trackhawk’s Hellcat V8 in action.
The Trackhawk is a Dodge Challenger or Charger Hellcat with a bit more usability. The all-wheel drive system will certainly make it less of a handful than the rear-wheel drive Hellcat twins and with a dedicated towing mode, you could even use it to bring your boat to the lake or tow a small camper. With a good set of snow tires it would also make a perfect winter vehicle – how big of a snowstorm would it take to stop a 700 horsepower Jeep?
Jeep live streamed the highly anticipated debut of the Trackhawk, but Fiat Chrysler has also uploaded it to YouTube for those Jeep fans that missed the dramatic unveiling. Check it out embedded above.