Based on the already intimidating Rebel, the TRX uses the same standard front axle as a normal Ram 1500, but with a wider track and repositioned spindles to accommodate the flared wheel archers housing the massive 37-inch wheels.
At the rear, the TRX receives a Dynatrac Pro 60 axle, a 1.5-inch axle shaft and an electric locker that provides an even torque spread. The TRX also comes equipped with Ram's off-road focused 4x4 Performance Control System along with a BorgWarner sourced 44-45 two-speed transfer case, which allows for part-time four-wheel drive selection.
Matching its exterior hardware, the TRX also outguns the iconic Viper powered SRT-10 as the most powerful vehicle Ram has ever produced.
Forgoing Ford's controversial decision to equip the Raptor with a forced induction V6, the TRX uses a detuned version of the 6.2-litre supercharged V8 HEMI lurking underneath the bonnet of the Charger SRT Hellcat, for a still substantial 428 kW (575 horsepower) with torque figures being unavailable. An eight-speed TorqueFlight automatic gearbox with paddle shifters sends the maniac grunt to the rear or all four wheels, with braking power coming from a set of six-calliper 15-inch rotors at the front and 14's at the rear. No further performance figures were revealed.
Although still only a concept, expect the TRX to go head-to-head with the Raptor if production is given the green light.