When speaking about quick SUVs, there are two nameplates that will surely come to head 1st – the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk and the Lamborghini Urus. The Trackhawk is a crowd favored, with its supercharged six.2-Liter V8 Hellcat that produces 707 horsepower (527 kilowatts) and 645 pound-toes (875 Newton-meters) of torque.
The Urus, nevertheless, is no slacker. The marginally smaller sized 4.0L twin-turbo V8 makes 650 hp (485 kW) and 627 lb-ft (850 Nm) of twists. These two have satisfied every single other on a drag race right before, but the Jeep won that truthful and square.
But what if the Trackhawk had to encounter the Lamborghini Urus from HGP Turbonachrüstung GmbH? It would have been a fully distinctive story.
German aftermarket corporation HGP has produced its Phase 2 package for the Urus. The consequence? A whopping 947 hp (706 kW) and 922 lb-ft (one,250 Nm) of torque, which can catapult the Lambo SUV from zero to 100 kilometers for each hour (62 miles for each hour) in just 2.9 seconds. Best velocity is at 211 mph (340 km/h).
These figures are fairly huge and are much better than the ABT Urus (seven hundred hp), the Novitec Urus (782 hp), the Keyvany Urus (820 hp) and even the Mansory Venatus (838 hp).
Astonishingly, HGP failed to have to swap the stock turbochargers on the Urus in get to achieve these figures. With in-property chip tuning used, as perfectly as a new air consumption system, an Akrapovic exhaust, and reprogrammed transmission controls, HGP was in a position to squeeze out almost one,000 hp from the Urus’ stock motor and turbochargers.
We all know that the Urus is a little something specific, a supercar SUV, some may well say. But with this HGP tuning, it approximately touches the hypercar territory.
Observe the movie on top rated of this webpage for some acceleration operates and top rated velocity exams on the Autobahn.