Thursday, September 21

The strange alchemy Jeep uses to accelerate the 2017 Grand Cherokee Trackhawk is unknown. We are aware that the enormous SUV accelerates faster than some speedy automobiles.

The Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk from 2017 is a fast car. The super-SUV, which is the size of the moon and weighs as much as Ayres Rock, can go a quarter mile in only 11.6 seconds and reach 60 miles per hour in an astonishing 3.5 seconds thanks to four-wheel drive, precise launch control, and some voodoo magic.

This engine architecture is also used in the Dodge Demon and Challenger Hellcat, although in far more severely changed configurations, so if it seems familiar to you, it probably does. It generates 697 horsepower with a 6.2-liter V8 that has been supercharged. Given that it outperforms cars, something must be working in its favor. A chart shows how acceleration changes from 0 to 60 miles per hour.

BMW M2 2016: 4.0 seconds

3.7sec 2009 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X FQ-400

2003 Gallardo from Lamborghini: 4.0 seconds

Porsche 997.2 911 GT3 (2010): 3.7 seconds

Lexus F-A 2011: 3.6 seconds

New Aston Martin DB11 (2017): 3.7 seconds

Dodge Challenger Hellcat 2015: 3.7 seconds


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