The Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk may have all-wheel drive instead of rear-wheel drive, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still hoon around in the 707-horsepower SUV, as rally driver Chris Duplessis proves with this video he recently uploaded to Instagram.
You may not be able to simply put your foot down and do donuts as you would in a Hellcat Charger or Challenger, but by shifting the weight of the vehicle around Duplessis is able to smoke up the tires and get the Trackhawk sideways. It’s an interesting display, as we’re not used to seeing Jeep Grand Cherokees partake in such shenanigans. But the Jeep Trackhawk is no ordinary Grand Cherokee, in fact, it’s even faster than the Demon.
In any case, go on and click play to see the action for yourself.