In many ways, the Dodge Hellcat is a throwback to the classic days of American Muscle. The big block V8 comes topped with a supercharger to deliver 707 horsepower that can be used virtually anytime, anywhere. But why keep it exclusive to the Challenger and Charger? FCA made the crazy decision to add the 6.2-liter supercharged Hemi V8 into the Jeep SRT and thus, the Trackhawk was born.
The Jeep Trackhawk may not be the “go-to” choice for many tuners, especially when compared to its German rivals, but when dressed in this Tyrannos body kit, you are sure to attract some attention. Plus, it goes zero-to-60 in 3.5-seconds while providing enough room for five passengers. The Trackhawk also offers some notional bad-weather performance that isn’t as readily available in the Hellcat duo.
While the standard Jeep Trackhawk is near indistinguishable from the SRT Grand Cherokee, this Jeep has been outfitted by Creative Bespoke of Scottsdale, Arizona, with the “Tyrannos” kit from Maxi Customs – a tuning company from Sochi, Russia. The wide-body kit is made up of front and rear bumpers, a custom grille, diffuser and side skirts.
The Grand Cherokee is intended to be a comfortable vehicle and the Trackhawk is no different. It’s sprung underneath for more performance when cornering and the exhaust is deep and throaty on startup. The exhaust increases to a vicious roar when you get on the throttle and sounds amazing.
Finally, a set of Forgiato wheels complete the look of this Tyrannos Trackhawk Jeep.
Photography by Charles Siritho