CEO Ram spoke about the possible receiver of the powerful Ram SRT-10 StreetMay 3, 2019
The novelty should be a full-fledged receiver model Dodge Ram SRT-10 Street. But for now, American nonsense is focused on building the Rebel TRX off-road pickup that will compete with the Ford F-150 Raptor.
Without a doubt, trucks such as the Ford F-150 Raptor are impressively fast, regardless of whether they are driving on sand or on asphalt. Similar performance pickups have replaced the same F-150 in the Lightning version, Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 Bison, Chevrolet Silverado SS, and Ram SRT-10. Under the hood of the latter was a powerful engine from the sports model Viper – this is a V10 engine. At pickup from 0 to 100 km / h, this pickup spent 4.9 seconds.
When foreign journalists asked Ram Jim Morrison, CEO of the company, whether work on very powerful versions of pickups, such as the SRT-10, would ever be continued, he answered quite interestingly. It was not a categorical “yes”, but at the same time it was not a complete denial.
Currently, all the company’s attention is paid to the creation of a high-performance Rebel TRX pickup (shown above in spy photos), which is designed to make a worthy competition to a similar model from Ford – this is a F-150 Raptor. It is expected that the novelty from Ram will get a powerful Hellcat V8 engine with supercharging, and we heard that the brand’s engineers are striving to achieve a steady off-road speed of about 160.9 km / h. It’s great if you like sand and mud.
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