Aussie pricing and spec for the 522kW Hellcat-powered Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk has been revealed. At $134,900, itís almost $45,000 more expensive than the SRT8. The options and specs listing reveal it comes with 20-inch alloys, 295/45 Pirelli P Zero tyres and Brembo brakes which can pull the 2.4-tonne monster up in just 37m. All 62 Trackhawks initially allocated to Australia Ė a reference to the 6.2- litre engine displacement Ė are already spoken for. However, Jeep says itís still taking orders for the 3.6sec 0-100km/h beast from customers, meaning more should be on the way.
BMW Oz has announced some changes to its M4 range, including a massive price cut for the M4 CS. Originally $211,610, the CS flagshipís price is slashed by $21,710, bringing it down to a far more reasonable $189,900.
In addition, BMW has dropped the regular M4, leaving the Pure, Competition, and CS as the only M4 variants. Itís now only a $33,190 jump from the M4 Competition (at $156,710) to the top-spec CS, with the M4 Pure still the most affordable variant at $139,900. Nothing else has changed, with boggo variants still packing 331kW compared to the CSís 338kW.