, 2022-11-20 15:30:00,
The SUV has almost completely taken over the automotive world and any automaker which doesn’t produce a big, lumbering, family-orientated vehicle is in for a difficult time. There are still some smaller manufacturers such as Morgan and Caterham which stick to their original ideals, but in a world where Lotus is almost launching their first SUV, it is only a matter of time before they are forced to conform.
The SUV was originally designed to be a more practical alternative to the wagon, offering a heightened ride to easily traverse rough ground and explore the great outdoors. The SUV gained popularity in the 1990s and steamed ahead in the 2000s, leading to many companies either replacing their models with SUV versions or discontinuing the sedan or hatchback altogether. Mitsubishi even changed one of its most popular sports cars into a crossover! Carmakers then went ahead and started making faster versions of the SUVs, resulting in a whole horde of powerful vehicles which even infected the Prancing Horse.
One of the most ridiculous of the fast SUVs is the Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat, featuring the monster engine from the Challenger Hellcat. The 5,700 lb seven-seater completes the 0-60 mph sprint in just 3.4 seconds, making it one of the quickest and fastest SUVs out there. It is also a bargain compared to anything with nearly the same performance. While it is great, there are some other super SUVs to consider instead.
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