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Ram Rebel TRX Concept Hits 100 MPH Off-road

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Powerful Truck Turns Heads at Texas State Fair

They say things are bigger in Texas and that was never more true than when the Ram Rebel TRX recently invaded the Lonestar State Fair. The Rebel TRX Concept is designed to annihilate the roughest terrain at speeds that are scary even on paved highway. “With 575 supercharged horsepower and a suspension system built to withstand an all-day hammering, the Rebel TRX concept can devour the roughest terrain at more than 100 miles per hour and never look back,” according to Ram Brand Chief Mike Manley. Speaking of the fair, he said, “The Ram Rebel TRX concept was built specifically for this event and solidifies Ram Truck’s position as the off-road pickup leader.” Although the Rebel TRX isn’t available for sale yet, keep in touch with Chapman Dodge and let them know you’d be interested in a test drive.

6.2L Hemi is Workhorse Behind the Rebel

Dodge is making no bones that the Rebel TRX is taking dead aim at Ford’s Raptor for superiority in the off-road market. With a 575 horsepower 6.2L Hemi under the hood, the TRX has 125 more horses than the most powerful Raptor. Ram Truck engineers optimized the synchronization between the transmission, drivetrain and engine to provide the best response for off-road challenges. A custom suspension makes room for the monstrous 37-inch tires, giving drivers better control and clearance for fallen trees and bolders. An electric locker distributes the power evenly to both rear wheels, maximizing traction.

Design Reminiscent of Power Wagon

If you’re one of those off-roadies who love the unbridled aggressive look of the old Dodge Power Wagon, you’re going to love the new Ram Rebel TRX. The sculpted fenders and muscular grille dare anything to get in the way with a big bold “RAM” chiseled into the front brush guard, just above the skid plate. A giant hood scoop feeds the engine with fresh air while exhaust ports are neatly integrated with the side rock rails. Another Ram logo provides a neat wrapper to the package, located on the tailgate to let people you pass know the cause of that blur.

Seats Designed to Keep You in Place

Bouncing through the desert or forest can be exciting, but it’s better if you feel you are in control. The specially-designed seats have large bolsters with mesh inserts that grip your clothes, holding you in one spot no matter how rough the ride. Six point harnesses are on all four seats to help you stay in place. Keep in touch with Chapman Dodge to seen when the new Ram Rebel TRX is ready to take its place as the leading production off-road truck in America.

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