Well at least there will be a Wagoneer that isn't underpowered compared to the competition. However... I would agree that Jeep doesn't need to make Trackhawk versions of their SUVs so long as Dodge exists as a "Performance Brand". Likewise if Stellantis are worried about how much they can sell a "Dodge Hellcat" version of the Wagoneer (perhaps they could reuse the Magnum name for their version of the WS), well they seem to have no problems selling Chargers & Durangos in the $70,000-$77,000 range. So if they can manage that with a Full-Size Sedan & Mid-Size SUV, Stellantis should have no problems selling the "Hellcat Magnum" for $90,000-$100,000. Especiallly when GMC has no problem selling their Yukon's for as high as $88,000+... To be fair, it would be the coolest school bus around... Grand Wagoneer Trackhawk aside; if Stellantis are unwilling to put the 6.4L HEMI V8 into any Wagoneer, they need to offer a detuned version of the 6.2L "Hellcat" HEMI V8 instead (with around 500-550 bhp) alongside the full 707 bhp version.