Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8: How It's Made Video

SUVs that rival sports cars in terms of performance are becoming ever more present in the contemporary automotive landscape. The richest offer of such vehicles comes from Germany, but America also offers its share of all-road, go-fast machines, with the 2012 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT8 being one of the best.
Chrysler’s performance division, SRT, has released a new video that shows us how such a machine is born. The clip shows us how a customer, John George, received a special tour of the Jefferson North Assembly plant, where the vehicle is built and then took delivery of his Grand Cherokee SRT8 straight from the factory floor.

You can get behind the scenes in the 10 minutes+ clip and see how various bits and pieces are being put together to create this power all-weather machine.
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