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I ordered a 2021 Trackhawk on Dec. 3rd 2020. I was told the average wait time is 4-6 weeks. It is currently Jan 18. 2021 and I have no VIN number for the vehicle yet just a vehicle order number. Is this normal?? It’s been just about 6 weeks if not a little longer but 6 weeks and no VIN yet seems a little too much. I understand things may be slowed down due to COVID but jeez. How much longer you guys think this build is gonna take ?
 

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live chat confirmed 2021 will be built for sure? Covid has everything jacked up. Good luck I am curious what will be new/different
 

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live chat confirmed 2021 will be built for sure? Covid has everything jacked up. Good luck I am curious what will be new/different
2021 is for sure. I don’t think the dealer would’ve placed the order if they’re not going to build the 2021s
 

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I ordered a 2021 Trackhawk on Dec. 3rd 2020. I was told the average wait time is 4-6 weeks. It is currently Jan 18. 2021 and I have no VIN number for the vehicle yet just a vehicle order number. Is this normal?? It’s been just about 6 weeks if not a little longer but 6 weeks and no VIN yet seems a little too much. I understand things may be slowed down due to COVID but jeez. How much longer you guys think this build is gonna take ?
I ordered mine 11/17/2020. It has not been scheduled for production. It may take a while. My suggestion is to be as patient as possible. Some 2021 trackhawks have been built, so just know that eventually your trackhawk will be built.
 

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I ordered mine 11/17/2020. It has not been scheduled for production. It may take a while. My suggestion is to be as patient as possible. Some 2021 trackhawks have been built, so just know that eventually your trackhawk will be built.
anything the 2021 have new worth noting? heads up display ? anything cool?
 

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I follow some of the TRX pages and there's a parts shortage for some of the packages. People that originally had March delivery dates are being told it may be Q3 before they get them and it'll still be a '21 at that point. I'd cancel and just get a '22.
Not saying that's the case, but wondering if there are parts delays holding up the '21 THs
 

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I ordered a 2021 Trackhawk on Dec. 3rd 2020. I was told the average wait time is 4-6 weeks. It is currently Jan 18. 2021 and I have no VIN number for the vehicle yet just a vehicle order number. Is this normal?? It’s been just about 6 weeks if not a little longer but 6 weeks and no VIN yet seems a little too much. I understand things may be slowed down due to COVID but jeez. How much longer you guys think this build is gonna take ?
I placed my Trackhawk order on November 20th 2020 and was originally told it takes about 4 weeks before they start building. Now past the 8th week and no updates.
It sure is frustrating when your so excited about something like this. Fingers crossed that it starts soon.
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I ordered a 2021 Trackhawk on Dec. 3rd 2020. I was told the average wait time is 4-6 weeks. It is currently Jan 18. 2021 and I have no VIN number for the vehicle yet just a vehicle order number. Is this normal?? It’s been just about 6 weeks if not a little longer but 6 weeks and no VIN yet seems a little too much. I understand things may be slowed down due to COVID but jeez. How much longer you guys think this build is gonna take ?
someone suggested that I call 1-844 533 7928 to check the status. When I just did it shows as “Behind Schedule” and they are assigning a specialist to look into it and call me back within a couple days.

You should try calling them too.
 

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someone suggested that I call 1-844 533 7928 to check the status. When I just did it shows as “Behind Schedule” and they are assigning a specialist to look into it and call me back within a couple days.

You should try calling them too.
Replying to my previous post.... So I received an email from this “specialist” who stated exactly what I already knew.... the vehicle has not yet been scheduled for production.
I wish I could find someone in direct contact with the factory.
 

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Replying to my previous post.... So I received an email from this “specialist” who stated exactly what I already knew.... the vehicle has not yet been scheduled for production.
I wish I could find someone in direct contact with the factory.
If you did, I'm pretty sure they'd tell you that the vehicle has not yet been scheduled for production.
 

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Tim Kuniskis, the CEO of Stellantis unit Dodge, recently remarked that muscle cars will get their muscle from electric vehicle (EV) technology before long.

That's surprising because many consider Kuniskis to be Mr. Muscle Car, at least relative to other car industry executives. In the 2010s, he was instrumental in carving out a modern-day niche for a style that had seemingly vanished for good decades ago.

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But Kuniskis said in an interview with CNBC, "The days of an iron block supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 are numbered. They're absolutely numbered because of all the compliance costs."

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Kuniskis added, "The whole world's going get [to electrification] and when it does, the price point of that technology is going to come down and ... the crazy people are going to take the electrification that has now become accessible from a price point and make that performance-based instead of economy-based."

Dodge does not currently offer EV or hybrid versions of any of its models. However, its parent company, the recently formed Stellantis, recently promised it would introduce 10 hybrids and EVs this year.
I don't like the looks of this. This does not look good for the Trackhawk.
 

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I may have seen a Trailhawk thinking it was a Trackhawk, so I don't know.
The rear emblem is almost identical. I look for the yellow brake calipers
If you did, I'm pretty sure they'd tell you that the vehicle has not yet been scheduled for production.
Probably, but maybe someone there could narrow down a production date. Right now I have no idea what the delay is and if I’m looking at several more months of waiting.
I’m driving a vehicle out of warranty and it’s beginning to have issues. Anxious to switch it out.
 

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I ordered 12/28/20. I am currently in D1 and have a VIN#. Talking to my dealer, he says a lot of his dealer stock orders are all stuck in BX. Mine was a sold order. Thats the only thing he can think of. My expected delivery date was 2/1. Lol never made it.
 

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Bump... any update? Has anyone received a 2021? Recap, I ordered my Trackhawk on the 2nd day the 2021s went back into production 10/3. I got a VIN/VON very quickly and went to D1 status with an estimated ship date of 1/15/21 after about 8 weeks. They did not make the 1/15/21 date and according to the dealership my Trackhawk went back into D status. Checked back in with the dealership today and they indicated that the build went back into D1 status last week with a tentative ship date of 2/4/21. I have no confidence in this date since I am still just sitting in D1 and it has not moved into the first step of build that is framing. Is my understanding of the process right? Anybody else have any different or more accurate information? I understand the production schedule is really chaotic right now for a variety of reasons. Thanks!
 

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As of 2/2/21, according to Jeep Rep., no production has begun on the 2021 Trackhawk. No date has been scheduled to begin. However, the Trackhawk will be built sometime this year. When my dealer was pushing me to come in to sign in November, I told him "heck, it may not be built until May!" This may have been conservative. Hold on to your hats, it's going to be a bumpy ride.
 
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