2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk Concept

The Jeep Grand Cherokee is well known for its standard off-road ability, complimentary of its Quadra-Lift™ air revocation, Selec-Terrain™ traction control program, Off-Road Experience offers, tow/recovery these sharp “claws” tested to twice the car’s Major Jeep Weight, and class-leading 4×4 systems – including Jeep’s Quadra-Drive® II program that includes a back Electronic Limited-slip Differential (ELSD), providing industry-leading tractive ability.

Already the most granted SUV ever over its lifetime compared to any other SUV, the new Grand Cherokee Trailhawk idea takes the top quality Jeep car’s renowned off-road expertise to a new level, while providing a one-of-a-kind, more competitive visual impact sure to delight Jeep fanatics.

Leading the off-road improvement are new 18-inch Goodyear Wrangler SilentArmor off-road wheels – chosen to provide even more competitive off-road performance combined with quiet freeway etiquette – that are covered around new painted 5-spoke aluminum Nutrient Greyish wheels. Grand Cherokee Trailhawk’s SilentArmor wheels involve additional side-wall protection that increases longevity and decreases street noise. Customized Mopar rock rails – designed to fully protect the reduced body from strong durable landscape – are included and add to the running off-road ability.

Visually, while your vehicle is presented in Stone White, a Nutrient Greyish and Red theme is outlined throughout. Specifically, the grill encompass, reduced front side applique, reflection hats and back light bar join the wheels in Nutrient Greyish, while distinct in eye-catching Red are the upper grill capable, front side and back tow these sharp “claws”, Jeep images on wheel center hats and secure slots in the aluminum wheels. A Red decrease line describes a flat dark-colored cover applique that is utilized to reduce glare during technical off-road techniques.

Other exclusive variations involve dark-colored headlamp encompasses, dark-colored exterior front side and back badging, Red “Trail Rated” badges on the top side bumpers and a exclusive “Trailhawk” logo on the back tail gate.

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