We've been talking about the unbridled power of the Grand Cherokee SRT for a while now. From racing and beating muscle cars to planes, the list of the SRT's accolades is growing by the day. But is there such a thing as too much power? We're prone to say no, but when you're going so fast that body parts start flying off the frame, maybe it's time to start reconsidering your answer. Watch the video below to see how it all went down.
Grand Cherokee SRT Beats Charger and Loses Hood
Despite a delayed start the SRT came in at 11:88 seconds, while the Challenger Daytona clocked 11:55. Shortly thereafter, its hood flies off and leaves us wondering if 140 mph is too fast to be traveling with this body. Maybe not, but we're still not sure why the hood flew off like that. It's a good thing that hood flying hood didn't hurt anyone. What do you think? Has this ever happened to you? What was the cause? Tell us in the comments!Click to Share!
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