And we’re loving the retro motorsport livery.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is one of the fastest and most powerful SUVs available right now. If you need proof, the SUV recently set an impressive speed record on ice. German tuner GeigerCars thinks there’s still room for improvement, however, and has extracted even more power and dressed up the SUV to look like a famous race car.
You can immediately tell this is no ordinary Trackhawk because the exterior features an iconic blue and orange Gulf wrap, which is one of the most recognizable racing liveries in the world seen on legendary race cars such as the Porsche 917, Ford GT, and Mclaren M20 Can-Am.
This isn’t the first time we’ve seen an SUV wear the iconic Gulf racing livery, however, as Porsche dressed up the Macan in the historic racing suit for a special photo shoot, but never put that car on sale. Complementing the race-inspired look are a set of 22-inch black alloy wheels and suspension-lowering springs that brings the Trackhawk nearly one inch closer to the road.
With its supercharged 6.2-liter V8 producing 707 horsepower, the Trackhawk isn't underpowered. The tuner clearly disagrees, however, and has installed a custom supercharger with an increased boost pressure, a new air filter, and forged pistons, among other upgrades. As a result, this custom Trackhawk now produces 900 horsepower. That’s an insane amount of power for an SUV. Torque has also increased from 645 lb-ft to 740 lb-ft. With these modifications, the Trackhawk now tops out at 194 mph. Yes, that’s even faster than the Lamborghini Urus and Bentley Bentayga Speed, which is no small feat since the latter is currently the fastest production SUV in the world with a top speed of 190 mph.
If you want to own this insanely fast Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, GeigerCars is currently selling a "barely used" example for €129,000, which is around $144,000. For comparison, a stock Trackhawk will set you back at least $86,200.