What is SRT working on...?

UN4GTBL

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Where you at where 87 is premium?
I got it for a "steal" on Friday at $1.09/l - it's dropped 8 cents a liter since Wednesday

It could essentially be a re-born magnum but not so large and low like the magnum was. It doesn't have to be trail rated or do anything of the off-road sort either. Just a 4dr D-CUV with AWD, very good looks and a performance Dodge heritage. It would be a working mans version of the Stelvio Quad, GLC 63AMG, X3 M and RS variants. Kinda a no brainer if you ask me as its the hottest segment and I am certain would dethrone the grand cherokee as SRT's best selling vehicle in its first year on sale.

As Triple T said, track cars (mustang and camaro chasing after ((and beating)) the BMW M4 etc) meanwhile this would appeal to a MUCH larger audience and could be used year round in the north east.
Sounds perfect to me!

A fun all around daily driver!
 

Muther

Active member
No POWER STEERING.

Try parking a car with 305’s!

Power steering can be made to function really well. The ACR is a prime example.
 

Muther

Active member
@Muther
You have mentioned SuperSlant6 in a couple of threads now.
I suppose this is the version that put the light off of the 426 Banshee

GME-T6

Global Medium Engine
Turbo In-line Six
3.0L

One version will be 350ish hp/ft-lbs

There is likely to be at least one more version. A very healthy version. I expect it to outpower the 5.7 by a fair margin.
 

Mopar392

Member
GME-T6

Global Medium Engine
Turbo In-line Six
3.0L

One version will be 350ish hp/ft-lbs

There is likely to be at least one more version. A very healthy version. I expect it to outpower the 5.7 by a fair margin.
So not enough power to render the yet-to-come 426 absolute
 

Mopar426

Member
GME-T6

Global Medium Engine
Turbo In-line Six
3.0L

One version will be 350ish hp/ft-lbs

There is likely to be at least one more version. A very healthy version. I expect it to outpower the 5.7 by a fair margin.
IMO unless that debuts in the new grand cherokee (it already missed the 2019 Ram) its just a next gen Alfa Romeo / Maserati engine
 

Jared B

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Staff member
IMO unless that debuts in the new grand cherokee (it already missed the 2019 Ram) its just a next gen Alfa Romeo / Maserati engine


2021 Grand Cherokee prototype, single exhaust from the engine back meaning this particular prototype is powered by GME-T6 which will be an online 6.

As for the 426 our sources are saying it's dead, one one the reasons is that the high output version of GME-T6 outpowers the target number for the 426.
 

Mopar392

Member


2021 Grand Cherokee prototype, single exhaust from the engine back meaning this particular prototype is powered by GME-T6 which will be an online 6.

As for the 426 our sources are saying it's dead, one one the reasons is that the high output version of GME-T6 outpowers the target number for the 426.
If I remember correctly, the target number for the 426 was 520+hp.
When GME-T6 High-Output comes out with this number, it would put it directly against BMW M3/4 Competition models.

But, I sure hope a NA 392 would still be offered .
 

James.A

Member
SRT is definitely working some sticker packages to carry these cars into the 2030s. AN SRT HELLCAT DAYTONA RT SCAT PACK SE model will be with us soon enough.
 

Mopar426

Member


2021 Grand Cherokee prototype, single exhaust from the engine back meaning this particular prototype is powered by GME-T6 which will be an online 6.

As for the 426 our sources are saying it's dead, one one the reasons is that the high output version of GME-T6 outpowers the target number for the 426.
Probably just the 2.0L turbo. If they put it in the 4300lb wrangler unlimited, its going in the new GC.
 

Muther

Active member
My above statement was not relative to that picture.

Monsters lurk!

(Also an independent statement.)
 

Mopar426

Member
Not with an exhaust pipe that size, GC is debuting GME-T6.
You do have a point, (but how big is the exhaust on the 2.0T in comparison) I am still extremely skeptical. It has missed the ram and the new wrangler (naturally assuming an NA version will replace the 3.6L in RWD applications and what a way to re-intro an I6 than in the new wrangler!), so an all new investment I6 is only going to be used in the new GC and GW?
 

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