2020 Ram 1500 Rendered Muscle Truck Hellcat V8 Power Review, Specs, & Changes

2020 Ram 1500 Rendered Muscle Truck Hellcat V8 Power Review, Specs, & Changes – Although there’s a small possibility of possibly viewing the mill in a Chrysler Pacifica or 300, our pals at Omniauto now have a rendering thinking about what the powerplant may seem like when under the next-gen Ram 1500’s hood.

2020 Ram 1500 Rendered Muscle Truck Hellcat V8

2020 Ram 1500 Rendered Muscle Truck Hellcat V8

2020 Ram 1500 Rendered Muscle Truck Hellcat V8 Power Review

To make the 707-horsepower (527-kilowatt) Hellcat work in the Ram, this rendering imagines the trucks with plenty of air inlets for cooling the supercharged V8. The big opportunities in the decrease fascia and nostrils in the hood needs to be enough to get the job done. For a meaner appear, the truck features a blacked-out grille and corresponding dark-finished wheels. Large brake rotors and vibrant red calipers take care of the duty of slowing down the pickup at high speeds. A little larger fender flares and side sills also discreetly talk this meaner Ram’s performance potential, as well.

The new Ram 1500 will debut at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit in January. It would use a more angular physical appearance up front, such as sharper collections close to the grille, according to spy shots. Gasoline-supported V6 and V8 engines continue to make up the mass of the powertrain range. Later, a diesel and plug-in hybrid will potentially sign up for the lineup. However, the Hellcat probable won’t be amid the options.

2020 Ram 1500 Rendered Muscle Truck Hellcat V8 Review

2020 Ram 1500 Rendered Muscle Truck Hellcat V8 Review

Inside, the Ram 1500 is provided with a lot more modern format. A big infotainment system dominates the middle stack, and it eliminates the will need for some conventional buttons. A row of toggle switches with a metallic finish appears rather eye-catching, way too. When there’s no indicator of a Hellcat-powered Ram 1500 ever hitting the road, there is precedence for a muscle truck from the company. Starting in 2004, customers in the United States were able to get the Dodge Viper’s 8.3-liter V10 in the Ram SRT-10 pickup. With 500 horsepower (373 kilowatts) driving the rear wheels, these beasts were in a position to roast the tires effortlessly. In the beginning, these were only available as a two-door regular cab, but a four-door Quad Cab appeared a year in the future.