RamCharger TRX, Might Just Be The Ultimate SUV!

Digital Design, Makes Us Crave A Fullsize Ram SUV...

Our friend digital artist wb_artist20 is at it again. You might remember some Ram 1500-based SUV designs like his Rebel-influenced RamCharger two-door and his TRX-inspired four-door performance off-roader. Now he has created something even better a TRX-based two-door RamCharger design.

RamCharger TRX Design. (wb.artist20).

While the 2021 Ram 1500 TRX is the quickest, fastest, and most powerful mass-produced truck in the world. With that being said, the supercharged 6.2-liter HELLCAT HEMI V8 that underpins the TRX can also be found in two popular street-performance-based SUVs – the 2021 Jeep® Grand Cherokee Trackhawk and the limited edition 2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat, there has yet to be a performance off-road SUV offering with the powerplant.

A modern-day RamCharger has been at the top of many performance Ram fans’ wish list. With the all-new Jeep Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer making their debut this month, people have been wondering why doesn’t Ram offers a full-size SUV like the Wagoneer twins which are already based on the Ram 1500 architecture.

1990 Dodge RamCharger S 4×4. (Dodge).

Although it seems that the Ram brand is sticking to pickups and commercial vans, this latest two-door RamCharger design shows us that the TRX’s macho good looks would be a great base for an SUV if Ram ever decided to build one.

While a two-door model seems very unlikely to make it to production in a time of four-door SUVs, there are still plenty of people out there who would ultimately prefer a two-door model.

RamCharger TRX Design. (wb.artist20).

On the notion of building a performance off-roader in SUV form, SUVs just like trucks have conquered the off-road world. With a shorter wheelbase, a RamCharger could be a better rock-crawler than the TRX as well as offering better approach angles and a better turning radius.

All we know is if there was such an SUV, we would be first to the dealership to sign up for it.

What do you think about a modern-day RamCharger SUV? Let us know in the comments below or the 5thGenRams forums.

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