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With twin Hemi V8s producing a total of 670 horsepower and 740 ft/lbs of torque, a driveshaft for each wheel and four-wheel independent steering, it's amazing Chrysler's Jeep Hurricane concept doesn't just tear itself into hors d'oeuvres at a blip of the throttle. It's mechanical technologies are pretty intense, and not just for theory's sake, but for how they might be used in Jeep's production models one day. And not just for doing sick doughnuts, either.

How the Jeep Hurricane Works [How Stuff Works via. Quente Cafe]

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