A prototype for the upcoming RAM Rebel TRX pickup has been scooped from up shut whereas testing.
This specific prototype was noticed by the blokes over at TFLnow and it was joined by a fleet of different prototypes from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles at a parking zone someplace within the U.S. Unlike different current Rebel TRX prototypes, this one isn’t lined in camouflage and physique cladding.
Among essentially the most noteworthy elements we will see on the surface are a hood with a big energy dome and two tow hooks poking out of the entrance. Of course, these elements will not be new to the Ram 1500 and have possible simply been borrowed from an FCA elements bin when placing collectively this specific prototype. Other highlights embody flared wheel arches and beefy wheels with off-road tires.
When the Rebel TRX does hit the market, it’s anticipated to take action with a plethora of bespoke exterior elements, we’ll in all probability have to attend till FCA decides to launch its F-150 Raptor rival in an effort to see them.
Regardless of the way it appears, we all know the TRX will probably be a critical performer as it would use the 6.2-liter supercharged ‘Hellcat’ V8. The TRX concept from 2016 had this similar engine, nevertheless it was detuned to 575 hp. However, the manufacturing mannequin is tipped to have the Hellcat’s full 707 hp and 645 lb-ft (875 Nm) of torque, providing blistering efficiency that can simply surpass that of its primary competitor.