2020 Jeep SRT Hellcat – Trucks Reviews 2019 2020


2020 Jeep SRT Hellcat

We are sure that you cannot believe in the existence of the model that is called 2020 Jeep SRT Hellcat, but what if we say that it is not just a name? As the matter of fact, it is a classic Jeep SUV, but with the Hellcat engine under the hood that produces amazing speed and unbelievable performances. Yes, that is possible, and that has made Jeep, previously taking the idea from Fiat. According to the manufacturer, this is not only a Jeep with the Hellcat performances under the hood, but it is also like a history made in a famous factory.


2020 Jeep SRT Hellcat side

There is nothing to say about the design of 2020 Jeep SRT Hellcat that is important for the buyers. It has appealing overall shape, with the squared front end and wide grille, almost similar to the Land Rover Range Rover or Land Rover Discovery. The rear end is also flat, making the cube with the flat roof. There are no clues that there could be many changes for the future models in that field.


2020 Jeep SRT Hellcat interior

The cabin in 2020 Jeep SRT Hellcat, as well the design of the chassis, has not been much changed from the last model and does not differ much from the other cabins in the class. The manufacturer has not precisely said which technology will be used in there, obviously putting the engine strength on the top of all priorities.


The most amazing in 2020 Jeep SRT Hellcat is obviously its engine. When a strong and fast engine come to the SUV, it becomes an amazing combination. According to journalists, the engine that is placed under the hood of this car is 6.2-liter V8 supercharged petrol engine that produces 707 horsepower of strength. The engine is matched with the eight-speed automatic transmission, obviously chosen as the best combination with the as strong engine as this is. However, be prepared for very high fuel consumption, with even 11 mpg city driving and 17 mpg highway.

2020 Jeep SRT Hellcat review

2020 Jeep SRT Hellcat Release Date and Price

As we were able to see, 2020 Jeep SRT Hellcat is quite possible and it is here, right in front of our eyes. However, there are rumors that the manufacturer has planned to drop the original SRT name and performances in the future, remaining only standard kit under the name Trackhawk for the models with the SRT performances, which will become Deserthawk next year. However, that is a five-year plan that the manufacturer has made, so we have more time to accept those changes and adapt to it. Besides all we saw here, Jeep Hellcat is surely the best and fastest truck on the market, but with the highest price – $89,000 for the base model.