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Jeep Trailcat Is the 707-hp SRT-Hellcat-Powered Wrangler of Your Dreams!
As reported by ‘Car and Driver’ magazine. Everyone, please welcome the 707-hp Jeep Wrangler  you didn’t know you were waiting for yet secretly hoped Chrysler would someday build. The Jeep Trailcat, created for Jeep’s 50th annual Safari fan fest in Moab, Utah, has between its frame rails the very same supercharged V-8 SRT-Hellcat engine that has been decimating Dodge Challenger and Charger tires since 2014. You can figure out where the Trailcat name came from, so we’ll skip that explanation and get right down to the important issue here: This Wrangler has a Hellcat engine, and it’s bolted to a six-speed manual transmission (!). That’s the only data point that matters. Jeep says it lengthened the Trailcat’s wheelbase by 12 inches over that of a regular Wrangler to help the engine fit. Colossal 39.5-inch BFGoodrich Krawler T/A tires, Fox shocks, and a two-inch lift perch the Jeep even farther above the pavement, and there are precisely zero aerodynamic elements added to the body to help this Titan missile tumble through the air.  Since we imagine any high-speed run in the Trailcat would feel like riding a Hellcat-powered knuckleball, it’s probably a good thing Jeep sourced well-bolstered bucket seats from the Dodge Viper to hold occupants in place. A custom shift knob with the Hellcat logo on it, Dana 60 axles front and rear, a two-inch-lower windshield, a domed and vented hood, tubular half- doors, LED headlights, and rock rails round out the Trailcat’s list of modifications. Don’t look for this concept vehicle to arrive at Lynch Mukwonago anytime soon, but we can always hope!  In the meantime, feel free to find your street legal Wrangler here!
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Jeep Trailcat Is the 707-hp SRT- Hellcat-Powered Wrangler of Your Dreams!
As reported by ‘Car and Driver’ magazine. Everyone, please welcome the 707-hp Jeep  Wrangler you didn’t know you were waiting for yet secretly hoped Chrysler would someday build. The Jeep Trailcat, created for Jeep’s 50th annual Safari fan fest in Moab, Utah, has between its frame rails the very same supercharged V-8 SRT-Hellcat engine that has been decimating Dodge Challenger and Charger tires since 2014. You can figure out where the Trailcat name came from, so we’ll skip that explanation and get right down to the important issue here: This Wrangler has a Hellcat engine, and it’s bolted to a six-speed manual transmission (!). That’s the only data point that matters. Jeep says it lengthened the Trailcat’s wheelbase by 12 inches over that of a regular Wrangler to help the engine fit. Colossal 39.5-inch BFGoodrich Krawler T/A tires, Fox shocks, and a two-inch lift perch the Jeep even farther above the pavement, and there are precisely zero aerodynamic elements added to the body to help this Titan missile tumble through the air.  Since we imagine any high-speed run in the Trailcat would feel like riding a Hellcat- powered knuckleball, it’s probably a good thing Jeep sourced well-bolstered bucket seats from the Dodge Viper to hold occupants in place. A custom shift knob with the Hellcat logo on it, Dana 60 axles front and rear, a two- inch-lower windshield, a domed and vented hood, tubular half-doors, LED headlights, and rock rails round out the Trailcat’s list of modifications. Don’t look for this concept vehicle to arrive at Lynch Mukwonago anytime soon, but we can always hope!  In the meantime, feel free to find your street legal Wrangler here!
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