2013 Jeep WK2 Grand Cherokee Trailhawk Concept

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Update September 1, 2012

For the 2013, Jeep declares the manufacturing model of the Grand Cherokee Trailhawk first seen as an idea on the 2012 Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah. The Grand Cherokee Trailhawk exhibits that even essentially the most awarded SUV ever, and essentially the most succesful Grand Cherokee ever, can up its recreation.

The 2013 Grand Cherokee Trailhawk is obtainable with a V-6 or V-8 engine and contains the next capability-enhancing gear and options:

18-inch Goodyear Silent Armor tires with Kevlar reinforcement
Rock rail physique safety
Rear Electronic Limited-slip Differential (ELSD, V-8 solely)
Quadra-Drive II (V-8 solely)
Quadra-Lift air suspension
Selec-Terrain traction management system
Tow/restoration hooks
Black-surround headlamps
Mopar slush ground mats, entrance and rear
Performance suede seats with crimson accent stitching

The Trailhawk is definitely acknowledged with new signature crimson Trailhawk and Trail Rated badging and tow hooks, black-surround headlamps and a novel gray on the grille {surround}, facet mirrors rear mild bar, 4×4 badge and five-spoke 18-inch aluminum wheels. A black hood decal with crimson accent stripe helps cut back glare from the solar which might help the motive force in excessive off-road conditions.

Trailhawk-specific inside touches embrace black leather-based and efficiency suede seats with crimson accent stitching and Mopar slush ground mats entrance and rear.

The 2013 Grand Cherokee Trailhawk is obtainable in Bright White, Brilliant Black, Mineral Gray, Maximum Steel and Deep Cherry Red.

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Jeep® Grand Cherokee Trailhawk Concept provides much more legendary Jeep 4×4 functionality
March 27, 2012 , Auburn Hills, Mich. – The Jeep Grand Cherokee is well-known for its benchmark off-road functionality, courtesy of its Quadra-Lift air suspension, Selec-Terrain traction management system, Off-Road Adventure packages, tow/restoration hooks examined to twice the automobile’s Gross Vehicle Weight, and class-leading 4×4 techniques – together with Jeep’s Quadra-Drive® II system that features a rear Electronic Limited-slip Differential (ELSD), delivering industry-leading tractive functionality.

Already essentially the most awarded SUV ever over its lifetime in comparison with every other SUV, the brand new Grand Cherokee Trailhawk idea takes the premium Jeep automobile’s legendary off-road prowess to a brand new degree, whereas offering a one-of-a-kind, extra aggressive visible punch certain to thrill Jeep fanatics.

Leading the off-road enchancment are new 18-inch Goodyear Wrangler SilentArmor off-road tires – chosen to offer much more aggressive off-road efficiency mixed with quiet freeway manners – which can be wrapped round new painted 5-spoke alloy Mineral Gray wheels. Grand Cherokee Trailhawk’s SilentArmor tires embrace further side-wall safety that enhances sturdiness and reduces highway noise. Modified Mopar rock rails – engineered to totally defend the decrease physique from rugged rocky terrain – are included and add to the useful off-road functionality.

Visually, whereas the automobile is featured in Stone White, a Mineral Gray and Red theme is highlighted all through. Specifically, the grille {surround}, decrease entrance applique, mirror caps and rear mild bar be part of the wheels in Mineral Gray, whereas contrasting in eye-catching Red are the higher grille mesh, entrance and rear tow hooks, Jeep logos on wheel heart caps and bolt holes within the alloy wheels. A Red trim line outlines a matte black hood applique that’s utilized to cut back glare throughout technical off-road maneuvers.

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Other distinctive touches embrace black headlamp surrounds, black exterior entrance and rear badging, Red “Trail Rated” badges on the entrance fenders and a novel “Trailhawk” badge on the rear tailgate.


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