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 MoparInsiders forums.

Robert S. Miller

Robert S. Miller is a diehard Mopar enthusiast who lives and breathes all that is Mopar. The Michigander is not only the Editor for MoparInsiders.com, 5thGenRams.com, and HDRams.com but an automotive photographer. He is an avid fan of offshore powerboat racing, which he travels the country to take part in.

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As a former owner of a 1990 Ramcharger and a 2000 Durango, I loved them both for different reasons. I loved the Ramchargers size and convenience of getting to the rear seats when my kids were small, along with its high ground clearance. The Durango was more refined easier to drive and that 3rd row seat was a hit when the kids were older. Dodge dropped the ball in 1993 when they gave Mexico a “new” Ramcharger and snubbed the US.
I would love to see the Ramchargers return with modern updates/Ram like refinement. Bring her back!

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Finally, proof that I am not the only one that realizes that Durango’s future lies with Ram. On so many fronts this makes sense and this excellent rendition only reinforces this strategy. A large, body on frame SUV, already in development, is just the right hole to fill for Ram and so conflicting for Dodge. Look at what can be done with the Ram Durango and the TRX model shown here, should be all that is needed to confirm, so reassuring for me guys, OUR thinking on Durango. Dodge should offer an SUV no doubt, but it should be a powerful, athletic Stelvio sized and based vehicle. With this performance SUV it will be the “point of the spear” vehicle that will enable Dodge to transition to advanced power trains like electric assisted and later, all electric that can necessarily find their way into new Dodge muscle cars with less resistance and more acceptability. Glad to see I have some company on this idea and the visualization of that idea should be a game changer for the all new Ram Durango.

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Add a removable top and I would go into WAY too much debt for one.

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I'll give up my beloved Wrangler for one of these and even through in my first born.

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