HOW POWERFUL AND EFFICIENT IS JEEP’S HURRICANE TWIN-TURBO ENGINE?
To cut emissions and increase fuel economy, Jeep introduced an all-new 3.0-litre twin-turbo, inline, six-cylinder I-6 engine, named the “Hurricane.” This high-performing engine is available in two distinct variants — Standard Output (SO) and High Output (HO). Many new Jeep model lineups, including the 2023 Wagoneer, come with the Hurricane engine to enjoy 15% more fuel efficiency than the standard V8 engine. Stay tuned to learn more about the exceptional capabilities of the Hurricane engine from the expert technicians and automobile professionals at Standard Jeep Ram.
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Two Variants of the Hurricane Engine
- Standard Output (SO): Enhances power and torque to optimize fuel economy.
- High Output (HO): Promises excellent performance while offering significant fuel efficiency during heavy use, like towing.
|3.0L Hurricane Twin-Turbo Engine – High Output
|3.0L Hurricane Twin-Turbo Engine – Standard Output
|Displacement, cu. in. (cu. cm.)
“The Hurricane twin-turbo is a no-compromise engine that delivers better fuel economy and an important reduction in greenhouse gases without asking our customers to give up performance.” Micky Bly, Stellantis Head of Propulsion Systems, said in a press release.
This fuel-efficient engine embraces a foundation of a deep-skirt cast-aluminum block with a structural aluminum alloy oil pan. The aluminum block is deck-plated during the manufacturing to improve the cylinder bore shape for maximum fuel efficiency. It also features a continuously variable displacement oil pump that reduces frictional losses and helps save fuel. For maximum wear resistance and less friction, the engine cylinders feature the finest PTWA coating on the inside.
For more updates on the high-performing Hurricane engine, visit Standard Jeep Ram. You can also get in touch with our knowledgeable product specialists to browse all the latest models of Jeep that are equipped with this 3.0-litre twin-turbo direct-injection engine.