Christmas is here, and there are always people or businesses who want to do something interesting about the holiday theme. Like Hennessey, a car aftermarket company best known for its muscle cars and off-road vehicles, it makes a Christmas tree a 181mph high-speed with a modified Jeep Grand Cherokee. Given how poorly the aerodynamics of the Jeep Grand Cherokee are, the 181mph performance still seems to be commendable.
And Heneessey points out that 181 mph is still enough to set the world’s fastest Christmas tree speed record.
It is understood that the modified SUV has 1000 horsepower output power, equipped with four-wheel drive.
The car completed the feat on December 19, local time, on the Continental Tire Tire Race Grounds, a test track in Uvaldi County, Texas.
In fact, this isn’t the first time Hennessy has done such a Christmas tree effect. Back in 2017, it had a smaller Christmas tree reached 174 mph with a Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Widebody.