[00:00:30] The car will arrive in 2018, it will have two seats, and make extensive use of carbon fiber. Aston will build this speed demon at the same factory in England where the One-77 was assembled. Aston will make between 99 and 150 versions of this car, plus 25 models that will be exclusively for the track.
This week we got another look at the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk. This is perhaps the most anticipated Jeep
[00:01:00] that we've heard of in years. That's because it's going to pack the Hellcat engine. That's a 6.2L supercharged V8 engine. This is used in the other Hellcats, the Challenger and the Charger. Now as you can see we expect this Trackhawk version will look pretty similar to the SRT Grand Cherokee. There will be some changes, if you look at these spy shots you can see larger air-intakes. That makes sense this thing has a larger engine. There's also LED fog lights integrated into the lower air ducts.
[00:01:30] The Hemi Hellcat V8 is rated at 707HP in the Charger and the Challenger Hellcats. We don't know how much horsepower it will make in the Jeep, but we do expect that a Grand Cherokee Trackhawk will run 4WD.
For Autoblog I'm Greg Migliore.
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