Now this doesn't have anything to do with the Trackhawk, but it does look like a very intriguing wide body kit. Not too sure I'm fond of the front bumper, but I do like the hood. The rear bumper is nice, not fond of the whole double spoiler thing going on though.
There isn't a price as you have to contact the company for the conversion which leads me to believe it's a built to order kit.
It's made by a Russian tuning company called Maxi Customs
That whole bottom of that rear bumper looks like it could be integrated and would look beautiful on the Jeep GC. But you are right about that. The German tuning companies know how to modify and design kits for SUVs.
It is a big possibility that it would make it to the Trackhawk. Seeing as it required 315 section tires, it may sound real large for a car, but an SUV could definitely make use out of it perfectly especially with all that power and the over fender just to keep fitment clean would be ideal.
The only difference I can see happening is the need for a higher profile tire, aside from that it will work. just have to factor in the vehicles dynamics when looking at tires from say a ... sporty coupe to mid-sized SUV.
Tires with a profile as meaty as the Tyrannos would be ideal.
That or 19" run flats since that will do well in holding up to the sort of power being put out. Tough to say really, many dynamics to factor in. But what the Demon has will always be a good point of reference