That could put it in customers’ hands by next summer under that scenario. Expect the Grand Cherokee SRT Trackhawk to share the same 707 horsepower found in Challenger Hellcat, as well as things like its eight-speed automatic transmission. Another thing that would make it even better is slotting in the six-speed manual transmission as well. That would make it a true Trackhawk, but don’t count on it.
One published report says the Trackhawk will have a starting MSRP of $79,999. But it’s all speculation at this point until Fiat Chrysler rolls out the hard numbers.