Later this year Jeep will be cramming the massive supercharged V8 out of the Hellcat under the hood of the Jeep Grand Cherokee from the factory. Someone couldn’t wait for that though, they took a donor Hellcat engine and a Grand Cheroke and mated the two together for an incredible performance ride.
The custom Jeep has over 707 hp and can run the quarter mile in 10.8 seconds. The builders say on its first pass, the custom Jeep ran a 10.8 second ET at 132 mph and spun all four wheels at launch.
The custom Jeep has a custom name dubbed the “HellhaWK”. The engine is custom tuned so power rises from the Hellcat base of 707 hp to 790 hp and 739 lb-ft of torque to the rear wheels. I’m surprised the stock drive train can take all that power and hard drag strip lanches.
[via Road and Track]Filed Under: Auto News