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The RAM 1500 TRX is caught for the first time on a public car park

It is simply huge

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During press presentations, new products are usually highlighted in their favorite terrain. The staging is then worthy of a scenario from the greatest films, the appearance of the car being the ending. The vehicle is then alone on stage as the only star of the show.

But between the stage and the outside world, there is a huge difference. The new cars often appear more impressive on the public road alongside the other cars. This is largely the case with the latest RAM 1500 TRX, which is much more impressive than we thought. In a car park, it manages to make many other vehicles ridiculous.

TFLnow has spotted a sky-blue and a bright red model of the RAM 1500 TRX both parked in the same public car park. Thanks to their high suspension, the sporty pickup trucks even manage to be higher than a Nissan Armada, which is already considered as a large SUV in the USA.

As for the Nissan Rogue parked between the two RAMs, it looks very small and appears like a city car! To tell the truth, the roof of the compact SUV barely reaches the level of the air intake of the two pickup trucks. In fact, the RAM 1500 TRX looks as big as the Ford F-250 parked nearby.

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Comments (38)

  • Trucks have gotten too big.

      9 months ago
  • I've seen the TRX being in public a lot. Each time I see something about it I kind of ignore it.

      9 months ago
    • Yeah, I love the TRX but it seems like people are surprised to see it out in public. Manufacturers have to test and I like that RAM didn't do the stupid camoflauge.

        8 months ago
    • Yeah, I live in a big city and we have mostly Rams and GMs over Fords so that's good but I still think they should do a modern day SRT-10 with the 1500 Classic or 2500 if the chassis won't support the Hellcat engine.

        8 months ago
  • Holy Christ. Is that an armada being dwarfed next to it???

      9 months ago
  • The first one? I've been chasing them down in Detroit for two months.

      9 months ago
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