Jeep unveiled the Grand Cherokee SRT8 at the 2011 New York Auto Show and now is offering us a pretty cool video presenting the production process of the most powerful Grand Cherokee out there. The video was shot at the Jefferson North Assembly Plant where the SRT is produced.

The video shows some very lucky guy who just bought a Grand Cherokee SRT8 and, as a reward, was invited to take a tour of the build and assembly process. Unfortunately, we can’t join him, but this video provides a good picture of how the SRT8 is built.

As a reminder, the SRT8 is powered by a 6.4-liter HEMI V-8 that delivers an estimated 465 HP and 465 lb.-ft. of torque. This is just enough to sprint it from 0 to 60 mph in 4.8 seconds and up to a top speed of 155 mph.


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  (447) posted on 02.22.2012

Well, seeing the Jeep Cherokee being manufactured on the first hand, is already a privilege. It’s nice to see on what processes does this Jeep undergoes.

  (577) posted on 02.6.2012

Well it’s pretty good that the JEEP is now working on their masterpiece to be presented in the future. This Jeep will be world-renowned with their designs and concept.

  (530) posted on 02.6.2012

The video is so great and impressed me most about the way they presents the production process of Grand Cherokee. This guy is very lucky on how this model was conceptualized. He was taking lot of pictures all the time. This video provides a good picture of how this car is built.

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