Now introducing the one Jeep that is not meant to climb over dead tree branches or through rivers.
The Jeep Grand Cherokee 'TrackHawk' was unveiled at the New York International Auto Show in April, and to say it's a tame little SUV would be beyond silly. At the heart of the TrackHawk is the 707 horsepower engine found in the Dodge (owned by Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) - Get Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. Report ) Hellcat. In case you have been living under a rock the past year, the Dodge Challenger Hellcat held the title as the world's fastest production muscle car until the recent debut of the Demon. Dodge says the Hellcat engine rockets the TrackHawk from 0 to 60 mph in 3.5 seconds. Top speed is a not so docile 180 mph.
"You take it [the Trackhawk] to the track, not the hills -- we wouldn't recommend going [deep] into water with it," a Jeep spokesperson told reporters at an event on Thursday.
TheStreet got up and close and personal with the TrackHawk at the gathering. To be sure, it's quite the specimen.