Enthusiasts The Hellcat Rhino XT Is a 707-HP Wrangler on Steroids

19:12  20 april  2017
19:12  20 april  2017 Source:   MSN

2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is 200+ Pounds Lighter Than Hellcat

  2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon is 200+ Pounds Lighter Than Hellcat The tease for the 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon continues with a new video posted to www.ifyouknowyouknow.com. The video, titled “Reduction,” reveals that the Demon trims more than 200 pounds from the curb weight of its Hellcat sibling. Dodge says the Challenger Demon will be the brand’s performance halo car, and though it hasn’t revealedDodge says the Challenger Demon will be the brand's performance halo car, and though it hasn't revealed numbers yet, we expect the new model's output to eclipse the Challenger Hellcat's 707 hp and 650 lb-ft of torque.

While the Rhino XT starts at just over ,000, expect the Hellcat package to almost double that price. The Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk Is 707 - HP of All-Wheel-Drive Hellcat SUV.

The Hellcat Rhino XT Is a 707 - HP Wrangler on Steroids . By Kyle Cheromcha of The Drive |.

If you're a bespoke manufacturer building steel-bodied trucks and SUVs that combine ultra-luxurious interiors with an exterior that looks straight out of an apocalyptic movie set, how do you top the magic of a Jeep Wrangler frame, live axles, and a twin-screw supercharger? Sorry, time's up, because U.S. Specialty Vehicles has already figured it out—just cram a Hellcat engine in there. The company's new beefed-up Rhino XT may have just gotten some big exposure as Rhodes' ride in the Fate of the Furious, but as production begins in earnest, it's clear they're not content to let it rest on its laurels.

Kahne’s terrible sunburn is so awful it’s getting ‘crunchy’

  Kahne’s terrible sunburn is so awful it’s getting ‘crunchy’ OUCH.

The Hellcat Rhino XT Is a 707 - HP Wrangler on Steroids . Fresh off a star turn in The Fate of the Furious, custom builder USSV upgrades its newest creation. READ NOW.

XT Is a 707 - HP Wrangler on Steroids If you're a bespoke manufacturer building steel-bodied trucks and SUVs that combine ultra-luxurious interiors Sorry, time's up, because U.S. Specialty Vehicles has already figured it out—just cram a Hellcat engine in there. The company's new beefed-up Rhino XT

USSV buys base-model 4-door Wranglers straight from Jeep and gets to work stripping them down to the frame, rebuilding and upgrading practically everything as they work their way back up. In addition to that supercharger, the Rhino XT gets upgraded structural reinforcement, differentials, suspension, and a host of other custom touches to create an all-new truck on familiar ground. The company also rebuilds Ford F450s into the monstrous Rhino GX, a beast fit for only the most discerning warlords, but the Rhino XT is marketed more towards off-road adventurers with a lot of coin.

  The Hellcat Rhino XT Is a 707-HP Wrangler on Steroids © Drive

It was first shown back at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show, where director F. Gary Gray spotted it and immediately wanted to use it in the next Fast & Furious movie. After a couple years of development (the model shown in the movie is actually a prototype), the first deliveries are now imminent, including one to Gray himself—but perhaps that's what got USSV thinking about how they could up the "wow" factor a bit. Ditching the Pentastar V6 for the Hellcat V8 is certainly one way to go.

Fox Sports will use active drivers to call Xfinity race .
Fox Sports will use an on-air team comprised entirely of active NASCAR drivers to call the June 10 Xfinity Series race at Pocono. Fox Sports believes it will be the first time a nationally televised live sporting event will feature an complete on-air team of athletes actively competing in that sport.Kevin Harvick will be the play-by-play announcer, alongside analysts Joey Logano and Clint Bowyer. Ryan Blaney, Erik Jones and Ricky Stenhouse Jr. will cover pit road. Danica Patrick and Denny Hamlin will host coverage from the ''Hollywood Hotel'' mobile studio.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

This is interesting!