It’s knew that Jeep Grand Cherokee got a facelift in the form of the WK Series. This was happening a few years ago and after that, despite the pretty improper conditions around the world, they came up with a high performance version.
Now, the Bulgarians from Vilner comes with a new face for this car. If you recall, this isn’t Vilner’s first take on the Grand Cherokee SRT600. Last year Vilner produced the Grand Cherokee SRT600 and it was met with great response from the public. What makes this particular project stand out is the extensive work done on the car’s aesthetics, especially on the interior.
Somewhat capitalizing on their success, the Bulgarian tuner decided to refresh their SRT600 and brush up on the weakest link it had.
The Bulgarian firm comes with a very fine detailed interior for this Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT600. Considering that the steering wheel is the center piece we can say that they’ve been focusing more and more on the driving rather than the showing off of this crazy fast SUV. According to the tuner, the red and black stuff is Alcantara, the seams are now part of the ornamental decor and somehow, they’ve made the steering wheel really special.
Wanting to ensure the best ever grip while being as comfortable as ever, the basic structure was remodeled for the driver of their SRT 600 and it was then covered in Alcantara and perforated leather.
Except these pretty tasty finishes, the Bulgarians at Vilner didn’t really do much to the Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT600.
In fact, this car does not need more performances, mostly because the Hennessey perfected 6.1 liter Hemi V8 engine, which uses a Vortech turbocharger system to push out the number of horsepower that is part of the title. It is 600 and even in a big heavy car like the Grand Cherokee it’s substantial enough to feel like you’re in a Lotus Elise.
Apart from the new interior and some minor changes, other considerable parts of the refreshing Vilner gave their Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT600 a new light system, one that includes a vast array of new lenses and LEDs.
Vilner did not announce the price for their Grand Cherokee SRT8 upgrades, but as soon as they will publish more details, we’ll be here to inform you.