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Dodge and Chrysler may be killing off their own V8 muscle cars, but at least we still have Ram's insane, Hellcat-powered TRX pickup truck––oh wait, we don't. Yes, it's true, Ram is putting its Ford F-150 Raptor rival out to pasture, and plans to send it off with a Final Edition. Only 4,000 more TRX trucks will be built before the model is put into extinction, with production set to end later this year.


While short-lived, the Ram 1500 TRX rocked the mega truck boat––previously occupied only by the Ford F-150 Raptor––with its 6.2 liter supercharged V8 producing 702 hp and 650 lb-ft of torque. This number blew the Raptor out of the water, which motivated Ford to unleash its own V8-powered pickup called the Raptor R. It remains to be seen why Ram decided to relinquish its powerful pickup throne, but electrification could've had a hand in its demise.





As for the Final Edition model, it adds three vibrant exterior colors to the TRX's palette––Delmonico Red, Night Edge Blue, and Harvest Sunrise. Other distinctive features include satin titanium wheels, matte carbon fiber accents for the interior, and contrast stitching for the seats. The changes are limited to cosmetics, which means there are no powertrain adjustments. Not that 702 hp wasn't enough.


Will you miss the TRX? (Yes. You will.)

Image Credits: Ram
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The Ram 1500 TRX Is Being Discontinued As Brand Announces Final Edition

The TRX bites the dust––that it created while blasting through those sand dunes.

Dodge and Chrysler may be killing off their own V8 muscle cars, but at least we still have Ram's insane, Hellcat-powered TRX pickup truck––oh wait, we don't. Yes, it's true, Ram is putting its Ford F-150 Raptor rival out to pasture, and plans to send it off with a Final Edition. Only 4,000 more TRX trucks will be built before the model is put into extinction, with production set to end later this year.


While short-lived, the Ram 1500 TRX rocked the mega truck boat––previously occupied only by the Ford F-150 Raptor––with its 6.2 liter supercharged V8 producing 702 hp and 650 lb-ft of torque. This number blew the Raptor out of the water, which motivated Ford to unleash its own V8-powered pickup called the Raptor R. It remains to be seen why Ram decided to relinquish its powerful pickup throne, but electrification could've had a hand in its demise.





As for the Final Edition model, it adds three vibrant exterior colors to the TRX's palette––Delmonico Red, Night Edge Blue, and Harvest Sunrise. Other distinctive features include satin titanium wheels, matte carbon fiber accents for the interior, and contrast stitching for the seats. The changes are limited to cosmetics, which means there are no powertrain adjustments. Not that 702 hp wasn't enough.


Will you miss the TRX? (Yes. You will.)

Image Credits: Ram

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