Introduced a very “evil” version of the crossover Dodge DurangoOctober 12, 2019
Under the formidable hood of this car is a powerful Hellcat engine rated at 700+ hp. The authors of this project are the guys and tuning companies True Street Performance.
Over the past few years, the models of the American Dodge have not changed much externally – apparently the brand’s leadership decided to make their performance more interesting than the spectacular exterior. Of course, it is worth noting the high-performance versions of the iconic Challenger coupe and Charger sedan, which received the designation SRT Hellcat and Demon. For some reason, against the background of these two cars, the mid-size Dodge Durango crossover was left without “charged” versions.
As it usually happens, the guys from the third-party tuning company True Street Performance decided to correct this annoying misunderstanding and presented their version of a powerful crossover.
Under the hood of the SUV is a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 from Dodge Hellcat – the company representatives do not say which model it was decided to borrow from. It is known that engine power is more than 700 horsepower. The maximum torque is not known. The modified Durango also has a Dodge Demon-style hood. It seems that the car also received a non-standard exhaust system, which should give it more power and a louder exhaust sound.
It is worth noting that, although Dodge himself had not yet made the 700-strong version of the Durango crossover, some time ago he nevertheless introduced a version of the model with increased power. Dodge offers the Durango SRT with a sporty 6.4-liter naturally aspirated V8 that is rated at 475 hp. (637 Nm). As a transmission, an 8-speed “automatic” Dodge is proposed, which transfers power to all four wheels.
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