707-horsepower, meet the Jeep. Evan Yates on what you can get for $56,000:
If you’ve ever had the opportunity to drive both a Hellcat (Charger or Challenger) and Jeep Wrangler, you can certainly appreciate each vehicle’s individual capability. The Hellcat and its pavement-scorching 707 horsepower is scary fun and always good for a few smiles and close calls. It’s also common knowledge that the Jeep Wrangler is arguably the most capable off-road vehicle from the factory. But what if you could have both in one vehicle?
This is what it looks like.
This is what it’s all about.
The Hellcat conversion consists of the 707-hp Hellcat engine and all the modifications necessary to make it work in the Wrangler. On top of the factory goodies, the Dakota Customs package includes a Walbro dual fuel pump system, intercooler system and CSF custom race radiator. The engine also gets airflow assistance and a nasty note via stainless steel Borla headers.
Oh, that’s $56,000 on top of the Jeep’s price tag of about $50,000. A $100,000 Jeep.