Allpar found a patent detailing a new automated airdam, created and filed on behalf of FCA by Mark DeAngelis.
The automated Air Dams would work in much the same way as the active grille shutters in place on other models. Flaps would open or close depending on speed and need for cooling, all controlled by the ECU.
Its thought that the new Air Dam patent could be relevant to the Grand Cherokee Trackhawk.
Hellcat engines notoriously demand heavy duty cooling and this could certainly be one way to force feed the engine even more cold air. The flaps look to be mounted down low on the splitter, instead of having the dams drop down from behind the slpitter FCA seems to be planning to cut flaps in the splitter, meaning they avoid the clearance issues that come from lowering and raising the air dams.