Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk 2019 – Video
Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, the most powerful and quickest SUV ever, relies on a 6.2-liter supercharged V-8 engine rated at 707 horsepower and 645 lb.-ft. of torque.
Grand Cherokee SRT and Trackhawk models feature five dynamic drive modes that allow owners the ability to personalize their drive experience whether it’s on road or on track. The drive modes separately control the four-wheel-drive system, transmission, paddle shifters, stability control, suspension and steering. Drive modes are pre-configured for Auto, Sport, Track, Snow and Tow settings via a switch on the center console, while the custom setting lets the driver customize the drive experience to their favorite settings
Auto — Automatically adapts to any condition; uses a 40 percent front/60 percent rear torque split
Sport — Transmission shift times are reduced by 50 percent versus Auto Mode; stability control, four-wheel-drive and steering systems are set for the typical enthusiast driving style; paddle shifters are enabled; suspension is tightened without increasing impact harshness to deliver increased vehicle performance capability over Auto Mode; uses 35/65 torque split
Track — Transmission shift times are reduced 68 percent to 160 milliseconds versus Auto Mode; stability control, four-wheel-drive and steering systems are set for ultimate track performance; paddle shifters are enabled; suspension is set to full firm to deliver maximum vehicle performance capability on smooth, dry surfaces; uses 30/70 torque split
Tow — Alters torque delivery off the line for greater smoothness and adjusts suspension to combat pitch and yaw to deliver maximum towing performance; uses 60/40 torque split
Snow — Maximizes traction to deliver optimized performance on snow and ice with reduced engine horsepower; uses 50/50 torque split
Standard launch control mimics a professional driver’s inputs to optimize Grand Cherokee SRT and Trackhawk’s performance by bringing engine, transmission, driveline, stability control and suspension in line for a textbook launch. Controlled by a button on the center console, the result is improved and more consistent straight-line acceleration
Performance includes 0-60 mph in 3.5 seconds, quarter-mile in 11.6 seconds and top speed of 180 mph.