T-Rex VS Raptor: Will the Ram Rebel TRX Be Superior In the Off-Road Pickup Segment?
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Ram has started to tap into a unique approach to market it’s new Ram 1500 TRX. The TRX is now being known as a “T-Rex”. This is a smart move as the main competition is the Ford F-150 Raptor. Back in the Cretaceous period (millions of years after the Jurassic Period for those keeping track), the Tyrannosaurus Rex was one of the very few dinosaurs that could handle a battle and win against a raptor. The Ram brand is hoping history repeats itself when the long-time concept turned production vehicle goes against the Ford F-150 product. Allow us to break down this historic, new pickup coming to the Ram lineup in late 2020/early 2021.
Upcoming Ram Rebel TRX Has A Lot to Offer
Since the first inception of this vehicle, the TRX concept back in the 2016 State Fair of Texas, the Ram community has been buzzing for this vehicle. The 2021 Ram Rebel TRX will finally come out, five years later with a 6.2-Liter Supercharged engine with a new hood scoop design that will provide enhanced air feeding into the superchargers. The Hellcat powertrain is a monstrous V8 that will be the unmatched beast of the off-road-ready pickup segment. No Raptor or imitation will come close, according to reports we can expect the production to begin by the end of September or early October in 2020. What will the Ram Rebel TRX offer that isn’t found in the Ram Rebel currently? Let us share more details.
Ram Rebel TRX Granted Turbocharged Engine + More Perks
The same engine found in the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk will have perks beyond even the Grand Cherokee model’s measure. The Ram Rebel TRX is going to offer off-road perks that have greater stability when going at fast speeds off-road. The Billet shock-absorber mounts are noticeable in the photos that have been taken of the prototype. There will be a massive upgrade to the suspension, in comparison to the standard 1500 Rebel. Offered with the Ram Rebel TRX will be new Goodyear Wrangler Territory mud-terrain tires, which are 35 inches with a two-inch difference between those and the regular Ram Rebel tires. For those in search of a new pickup option, we are here to provide our top choices and wonderful solutions to help our customers.
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