I do not recall hearing a term for "sequesro relampago" in the USA. I am not saying that it does not happen, but I am saying I do not know a term for it.
"Hijack" is when a truck is stolen for its cargo. (By the way, for a hijacking to take place, there must be a victim. No victim? Then it is a "grand-theft-auto".) In Los Angeles I read many police reports about truckloads of shrimp, steaks, etc. being stolen or hijacked.
A "skyjack" is the theft of an airplane by terrorists or robbers. Again, there must be human victims.
"To jack up" means several things: to hurt, insult/belittle, harshly criticize, etc.
Give me your money or I will jack you up. = Give me your money or I will harm you.
Fred had a motorcycle accident and really got jacked up. = Fred had a motorcycle accident and was badly hurt.
The boss got angry because I was late again and he jacked me up. = The boss got angry because I was late again and he scolded me harshly.