Tuesday, July 27, 2021
Crazy News Tesla Model X P100D vs Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk

Tesla Model X P100D vs Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk

Because inquiring minds need to know. That’s why a drag race between two of the fastest and most powerful SUVs is a must.

The guys at DragTimes managed to get these two behemoths together and lay down some serious sprint times. Just in case you’ve been in hibernation for the last two years, here some crucial details about the two vehicles.

The Trackhawk is endowed with the Hellcat’s supercharged 6.2-litre V8 and produces 707-horsepower and 645 lb.-ft. of torque. It’s AWD, has an 8-speed automatic transmission, will hit 60 mph in 3.5 seconds and cover the ¼ mile in 11.6 seconds, all according to FCA.

The Model X P100D has a dual electric motor setup for AWD traction, a 100-kWh battery pack, and the rough equivalent of 532-horsepower and 713 lb.-ft. of torque. Tesla says the vehicle will crush the 0-60 mph dash in 2.9 seconds and cover the ¼ mile in 11.4 seconds.

Check out the video and witness immense speeds from things that simply should not be this fast.

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Matt St-Pierre
Trained as an Automotive Technician, Matt has two decades of automotive journalism under his belt. He’s done TV, radio, print and this thing called the internet. He’s an avid collector of many 4-wheeled things, all of them under 1,500 kg, holds a recently expired racing license and is a father of two. Life is beautiful. Send Matt an emai

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