Powered by Bluetec diesel, the Jeep Trailhawk is said to be a “crossbreed between the Wrangler and Grand Cherokee”, offering up to four passengers with a completely open-air experience. And being the Jeep that it is, the Trailhawk is more than capable of taking it off-road.
Unlike the older Jeeps with their ragtops, the Trailhawk features a three-panel removable glass roof. What this means — assuming the glass is transparent — is that even in its closed position, you’ll still have ample view of the sky above as the rain comes pouring down. You’ll notice that the windows are quite short and the fender flares are pretty darn fat, giving the Trailhawk a “low-slung appearance.”
Other key features include 22-inch wheels (with an overall diameter of 34-inches, including the tires), HID projector beam quad lamps, Trail Rated badging, no B-pillar above the belt, and a portable “audio pod” sound system.