• Image Credit: SpiedBilde
  • Image Credit: SpiedBilde
  • Image Credit: SpiedBilde
  • Image Credit: SpiedBilde
  • Image Credit: SpiedBilde
  • Image Credit: SpiedBilde
  • Image Credit: SpiedBilde
  • Image Credit: SpiedBilde
  • Image Credit: SpiedBilde
  • Image Credit: SpiedBilde
  • Image Credit: SpiedBilde
  • Image Credit: SpiedBilde
  • Image Credit: SpiedBilde
  • Image Credit: SpiedBilde
  • Image Credit: SpiedBilde
  • Image Credit: SpiedBilde
  • Image Credit: SpiedBilde
  • Image Credit: SpiedBilde
  • Image Credit: SpiedBilde
For the past few years, FCA has been on a Hellcat craze. Ever since the first Dodge Charger and Dodge Challenger Hellcat debuted, we've seen that supercharged 6.2-liter V8 stuffed under the hood of the bonkers Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk and turned up to 11 in the Demon and new Hellcat Redeye. There was also the Hellcat-powered Ram 1500 TRX concept vehicle, which FCA announced back in May would finally go into production as the Ram TRX. Today, we have our first look at an early prototype.

Unlike the Ram 2500 Power Wagon — a personal favorite of mine — the TRX is aimed squarely at the Ford F-150 Raptor. While we don't have any under-hood shots, the photographer said there was no mistaking the whine emanating from the truck for anything but a supercharger. While we don't know how much power the truck will make, expect a minimum of 707 horsepower. For reference, that's 257 more horsepower than the F-150 Raptor. Power is likely to be sent to all four wheels through an eight-speed automatic transmission.

Aside from that, there's not much to say about this prototype. While it mostly looks like a Ram 1500 Big Horn, it is fitted with with a set of one-piece Fuel D579 wheels and BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A tires. It also looks like it has a slightly wider front and rear track than the standard Ram 1500. The longer exhaust tips look temporary and are certainly going to look far more polished on the production model.

We don't know when we might see the finished product as FCA's plans were a little more nebulous at this past five year plan. Our fingers are crossed for something this next auto show season.

Related Video:

Share This Photo X