Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk Does Some RWD Burnouts

There’s nothing wrong with the title; as you can see, a Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is burning its rear tires. But how is that possible?

By messing around with the fuse box, an easy DIY process, which pretty much transforms the powerful SUV into a higher-riding Hellcat, that’s how. Moreover, all work is reversible, so the Jeep can regain its all-wheel drive capability without breaking any sweat.

Should one opt to pull the said fuse, they should expect to see the Traction Control system deactivated, something that also shows up in the instrument cluster. We’re not sure if this has other consequences, besides some uneven tire wear. Thus, we wouldn’t recommend anyone to try this on their own, despite the fun factor that can arise from the 707 HP Trackhawk with rear-wheel drive.

Also Watch: Is The 707HP Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk As Insane As The Figures Suggest?

This trick is said to have been previously performed to a Dodge Durango, yielding identical results.

FCA’s super SUV is, in fact, the most powerful out there, beating even the mighty Lamborghini Urus. Granted, it has a lower top speed, at “only” 189 mph (290 km/h), compared to the Raging Bull’s 196 mph (305 km/h), but the 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h) sprint time of 3.5 seconds in practically identical to both rides.


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