Department of Engineering, SRT brand Dodge produced the fastest three-row crossover America to participate in the annual race Tire Rack One Lap of America, which is called the successor of the legendary “Cannonball” (Cannonball Run). Instead of the 6.4-liter “atmosfernika” HEMI vehicle equipped with a compressor “eight” from the Challenger SRT Hellcat Redeye, as well as parts from the Mopar catalog.
Concept Dodge Durango SRT Pursuit, in the style of police interceptors, drives a 6.2-liter HEMI V8 with a mechanical supercharger from the top modifications the coupe Challenger. The engine produces 808 horsepower (958 Nm) and operates in combination with vosmidiapazonnym “automatic” TorqueFlite, which transmits torque to all wheels through all-wheel drive transmission with a special track SRT-mode. In addition to the new engine, the Durango SRT Pursuit equipped exhaust system stainless steel with low flow resistance and a set of springs lowering the ground clearance by 15 mm.
Tire Rack One Lap of America – day race, which takes place on the roads of the seven States and eight race tracks. Participants move from one track to another without external support, observing all traffic rules. The winner class is the one crew that will show in the race for best track time.
The equipment Durango SRT Pursuit also includes 20-inch wheels, shod in tires Pirelli P-Zero dimension 305/35 from Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody, Brembo brakes with two-piece discs and sectionshave front calipers (the rear discs are normal, and calipers chetyrehporshnevye), rotating beacon Whelen series Ceridian and Handsfree system. The salon has frame and five-point safety belts. The second and third row of seats in order to reduce the mass removed.
The usual Dodge Durango SRT equipped with the 6.4-liter V8 power 481 power and 637 Nm of torque. From a standstill to 60 mph (97 kilometers per hour) crossover accelerates in 4.4 seconds and the quarter mile passes in 12.9 seconds. Faster than the seven-seater Bentley Bentayga, which reaches the first “hundred” in 4.1 seconds.