Many people believe that the 2024 Jeep Grand Cherokee would be designed with better performance, punchier power, and more impressive performance, but since it is still a few years ahead in the future, no one can really tell for sure whether Kia can live up their promise, especially when it comes to reliable and trusted production.
The Next Gen Revelation
Jeep has finally revealed the 2021 model for Jeep Grand Cherokee, which is introduced as a seven seater vehicle with three row management in the L form. Not long from the launch of the 2021 model (around 2 years from it), there would be a five seater vehicle with two row manner. However, many Jeep fans and enthusiasts are wondering what the next gen vehicle would look like, and when Jeep would finally remove the wraps off the Trackhawk and SRT trims (which are believed to be the high performance types of the model).
Some people have interpreted the entire layout and look for the supercharged vehicle. They are using the Grand Cherokee L (which is just freshly unveiled) within the (sportier) Overland trim. You have to admit that it looks great with black wheels from alloy covered in Pirelli rubber, Brembo (high performance) brakes, and wide flares with wheel arch design. Everything is inspired from the current Trackhawk design and generation.
Everything would surround and fill the arches, matching the (tall) bonnect scoop that is inspired from RAM 1500 TRX truck with its 523 kW, running on similar V8 supercharged unit of 6.2 liter capacity (like the Jeep).
Trackhawk and Regular Grand Cherokee
When compared to the regular Grand Cherokee, the next gen Trackhawk has lower ground clearance – definitely lower than the Grand Cherokee L. The package is surrounded by trio vents that are located under the grille with its seven slot appearance (which you can see at Trackhawk and SRT), bigger air intakes, lower LED pentagonal daytime running lights, and black trim. It is also coming with the necessary options of Supercharged badge, Hemi unit with 6.2 liter capacity, and SRT badging.
Powertrain and Performance
The high performance SUV 2024 Jeep Grand Cherokee would be coming with the favorable unit (at least by the fan) of V8 supercharged petrol engine with 6.2 liter capacity, which is now being used by the Trackhawk. This is the same unit arrangement incorporated by many Stellantis models, such as Dodge Hellcat SRT trio of Durango, Charger, and Challenger and also RAM 1500 TRX.
Right now, the Trackhawks (which is available in Australian market) is able to generate 522 hp and 868 Nm of torque. But if Jeep is ‘smart’ enough to boost the power (which is quite possible for the new gen models), the outcome may be able to be similar to the Dodge Challenger Hellcat (with its 535 kW and 889 Nm of torque) or even the Challenger Redeye with its 594 kW and 959 Nm of torque. However, it’s also possible that Jeep won’t do any power boost if the L trim does come with the longer body, which is supposed to accommodate the third row.
It’s unclear whether Jeep would be producing the Trackhawk L, whether with the seven seater or the five seater. After all, they are still busy focusing on a lot of things, especially with the manufacturing year is round the corner.
Release Date and Price
The company hasn’t said anything about the price or launch date of the Grand Cherokee L. They haven’t even confirmed about the availability or existence of the new vehicle! But if everything goes as planned, the launch date may likely take place in 2023. The beginning of 2024 would be the latest launch. Price tag isn’t known either, so let’s tune in for further reveal about 2024 Jeep Grand Cherokee from them.