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The interior is set to be styled the same way as others in the Hellcat family with a few small changes. The steering wheel will become a flat-bottom unit with a slightly thicker rim. The seats will have heating and cooling along with more aggressive sculpting for more comfort. The rest of the features expected to be standard with a touch screen infotainment system, an upgraded stereo and a U-connect system for navigation.
The rear is packed with plenty of cargo which can be improved even further thanks to the folding rear seats. Enhanced safety bags and seat belts are also expected to improve safety.
Like the rest of the Hellcat series, the TrackHawk will come with a 6.2L, V8 engine with 707 horsepower and 650 pound feet of torque. A ZF 8-speed automatic transmission system ensures that the power is equally distributed all wheels.
This mean that the Hellcat can go from 0-60 in 4 seconds with a top speed of around 200 mph.
If this is too much to handle, you can opt for the Grand Cherokee base version that comes with a 6.4L V8 engine that produces only 475 horsepower and a top speed of 160 mph. This is the current engine on the Grand Cherokee SRT, so you can get all the features of the Hellcat with a little lower power that you can handle.
You can continue reading this review in the next part. To see what the Jeep SRT Hellcat can do in real life, just drive in to Pine Belt.
Pine Belt Chrysler-Jeep
1400, Ocean Ave, Route-88
Lakewood Township, NJ 08701