The 2021 Ram 1500 TRX begins at $71,690, which is $13,555 more than its immediate rival, the 2020 Ford F-150 Raptor, in the equivalent team taxi rendition.
The new TRX will likewise be offered in a restricted run Launch Edition; just 702 models will be made, and they will cost $90,265.
The Hellcat-fueled Ram pickup will go on special in the final quarter of this current year.
You didn’t feel that a pickup truck with 702 torque would come economically, did you? Following quite a while of dreaming that the Ram 1500 TRX would happen as expected, it at last has, and with a weighty cost: $71,690. What’s more, that is only the beginning cost.
The 2021 Ram 1500 TRX, which arrives in a short-bed, team taxi arrangement, is additionally accessible in a restricted run Launch Edition, of which just 702 will be made (get it?). The Launch Edition, which costs $90,265, comes just in Anvil Gray paint and the top-trim TR2 inside. That inside alternative incorporates a head-up show, Ram’s first, just as discretionary TRX red sewing and carbon complements.
With that beginning cost above $70,000, the Ram 1500 TRX costs $13,555 more than the group taxi Ford Raptor, which begins at $58,135 for 2020. Regardless, the TRX’s 6.2-liter supercharged V-8 puts out 252 more torque than the Raptor’s twin-turbo V-6 powerplant. Additionally assisting with legitimizing the TRX’s base cost is its strengthened edge and suspension that has in excess of 13 creeps of movement front and back, in addition to Bilstein versatile stuns to help ingest and disperse the abnormalities of any surface the TRX will undoubtedly wind up on.
The 2021 TRX will go on special in the final quarter of 2020. That cost might be somewhat disturbing, yet Ram trusts it has given potential clients a lot of reasons—well more than 702—to dish out the cash for a Hellcat-controlled pickup.