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Jeep Trackhawk Coupé: Monster crossover with 710 hp

Jeep Trackhawk Coupé “Ayastigi”
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Hristov has taken the brand's design to a new level. The belt line is high, the roof slopes gently towards the rear and leads the view to a massive rear with narrow continuous lights and double-flow, angular tailpipes. In the side view, powerfully exhibited wheelhouses with wide tires can be seen. Thanks to the black A-pillars, the window band appears continuous and narrow.

At the front we see slit-shaped headlights. The air inlets on the front are a copy of the exhaust tailpipes and an underride guard forms the end of the curved and short front. Eye-catcher here: The marginalized Jeep grill in what is probably the narrowest version ever shown.

However, we wonder where Hristov wants to accommodate the V8. The space under the short bonnet seems limited - and maybe it also adds a hybrid drive train in the rear to give the Jeep Trackhawk Coupé 'Ayastigi' even more power. “Who knows,” he says with a grin. And we hope that Jeep could make the Trackhawk Coupé possible with its 868 Nm and at least 3.5 seconds to 100 km /h and 300 km /h top speed ...

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