Video: Jeep SRT-8 Vs. Audi R8, BMW X6M, and Nissan GT-R!

We can freely agree that this video is unbelievable. Are you actually acquainted with Jeep SRT-8` powers? The SRT is competing first with Audi R8 V10, then follows the Nissan GT-R, and the last one is against BMW X6M. On this race, the vehicle is doing a great job. Thumbs up! However, is it better than the Nissan GT-R? Try to make a guess and then watch the video bellow.
Drag Race

Audi R8

Manufacturer: quattro GmbH[1] (a private subsidiary of Audi AG)
Production June 2007–present, 9,945 built in the end of 2008[2][3], Assembly Neckarsulm, Germany
Class: Super car
Body style: 2-door coupé (2007-), 2-door spyder (2009-)
Layout: Longitudinal mid-engine,[4], quattro permanent all-wheel drive[4]
Engine: 4.2 L FSI V8, 2×DOHC; 5.2 L FSI V10, 2×DOHC[5]
Transmission: 6-speed manual, 6-speed R-Tronic, 7-speed S-Tronic
Wheelbase: 2,650 mm (104.3 in)[4]
Designer(s): Frank Lamberty (2004)[6]


Manufacturer: BMW
Production: 2008–present, Assembly Greer, South Carolina, United States (BMW US Mfg. Comp.), Kaliningrad, Russia (Avtotor)[1]
Body style: 5-door crossover SUV
Layout Front engine: four-wheel drive
Engine: 3.0 L I6 (turbo petrol), 3.0 L I6 (turbo diesel), 4.4 L V8 (turbo petrol)
Transmission: 6-speed automatic; 8-speed automatic (ActiveHybrid X6)
Wheelbase: 2,933 mm (115.5 in)
Designer(s): Pierre Leclercq (2005)

Nissan GT-R

Manufacturer: Nissan
Production: Q4 2007–present, Assembly Kaminokawa, Tochigi, Japan[2]
Predecessor: Nissan Skyline GT-R
Class: Sports car
Body style: 2-door coupé
Layout: Front engine, all-wheel drive
Platform: Premium Midship
Engine: 3.8L VR38DETT twin-turbo V6, 485 hp (Dec. 2007–2010), 530 hp (2010-2011), 542 hp (2012–present, North America model), 545 hp (2012–present, Worldwide model), Transmission 6-speed semi-automatic dual clutch transmission[3]
Wheelbase: 2,780 mm (109.4 in)Designer(s) Shiro Nakamura

Jeep SRt-8

Manufacturer: Chrysler Corporation (1993-1998), DaimlerChrysler AG (1998–2007), Chrysler LLC (2007–2009), Chrysler Group LLC (2009-present), Magna Steyr (1994–2009)[1]
Production: January 1992–present
Model years: 1993–present
Class: Mid-size SUV
Body style: 4-door SUV
Layout: Front-engine, rear-wheel-drive or four-wheel-drive


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