Jeep Scrambler: Trackhawk Potential Leaves Toyota Tundra TRD, Ford Raptor Sweating!

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The Jeep Scrambler is one of the most-anticipated vehicles right now. In case you have been living under a rock, the Scrambler is the Wrangler-based pickup truck that is bound to make its official debut next year.

Jeep is currently piecing together the Scrambler alongside the next-gen Wrangler at the Toledo plant hence we can expect the pickup truck to borrow a lot of features from the iconic 4×4. Spy shots surrounding the Scrambler have also suggested that the pickup truck is going to be large in size.

With Jeep also eyeing to enhance the performance of their line-up with the Trackhawk moniker, we can assume that there is going to be a Scrambler Trackhawk and the vehicle can cause a lot of problems for the Toyota Tundra with TRD superchargers and the Ford F-150 Raptor.

We have already witnessed the speed that comes with the Grand Cherokee Trackhawk and it could be the same outcome for the Scrambler Trackhawk. The former can sprint from 0-60mph in just 3.4 seconds.

Should the Scrambler Trackhawk be able to clock similar timings, it is bound to be the fastest stock pickup truck around. Such a feat will certainly take the attention away from the Tundra and the F-150 Raptor but will it happen?