Last January Jeep unveiled its new Trailhawk concept vehicle. The Trailhawk is built on a 4-door Wrangler Unlimited frame, but features styling more in the Grand Cherokee realm.
The Trailhawk features a lengthy 116-inch wheelbase and rides on 22-inch five-spoke rims wrapped in custom 34-inch tires accented by red brake calipers.
The Trailhawk’s side windows retract completely into the body leaving no b pillar between front and back windows for an open, airy feel. The diagonal quarter windows at the rear corners of the vehicle are also fully retractable. Two glass panels run lengthwise over the front and rear seats and are fully removeable. With all of the windows down and overhead panels removed the Trailhawk gives the same open air feel as a topless Wrangler.
Other non-standard features in the cab include a center stack compass/inclinometer, moveable track-mounted console and a fold-away touchpad navigation system.
The cargo area features a bunch of cool toys including a removable, portable “audio pod” sound system. Each “pod” features an integrated dock for your MP3 player. In front the of the speaker pods, removable Firewood Orange jerry can boxes are available for storing and carrying firewood, first aid items and more. The drop-down tailgate boasts nice storage features including integrated cup holders and a sliding cargo tray.
I couldn’t find any info on the drivetrain, but I have to assume the Trailhawk will use some sort of Hemi configuration.