Hennessey Mammoth 1000 TRX is the fastest ever-accelerating pickup manufactured based on the Dodge Ram 1500; restricted to 200 units.
The Hennessey Mammoth 1000 TRX pickup is the latest heavily tuned vehicle revealed by the American tuning company. The Mammoth 1000 TRX, which is based on the Dodge Ram 1500 TRX, is powered by a 1,026hp, 6.2-liter supercharged V8 engine and is claimed to be the most powerful and fastest-accelerating pickup ever produced.
- Hennessey Mammoth 1000 TRX with Hellcat V8 upgrades
- The upgraded motor is 1.026hp and 1,314Nm
- Hennessey claims 3.2seconds 0-96kph sprint time
Mammoth 1000 TRX Hennessey: upgrades
The Mammoth 1000 TRX uses a strongly upgraded Hellcat V8 engine version of the Ram 1500 TRX. Hennessey has installed and reworked the unit’s calibration with a new high-flow surplus, fuel injectors, and an induction system.
The torque has increased to 1,314Nm, in addition to increasing the power generation to 1,026hp. Hennessey claims that the modifications allow Mammoth 1000 TRX to reach the 0-96kph 3.2sprint and a time of 11.4seconds over 4 miles.
It will come in two stages, with higher levels modeling, including a crankcase ventilation system and a high-flow filtration system, with further upgrades. The truck is capable of seating 6 adults, handling 1,043 kg, and can handle a load of up to 3,942 kg.
The package also contains custom bumpers, LED lights, a front lifting kit, 20″ wheels, and up to 37″ off-road tires, which are designed to add even more presence and performance. The package also offers new upgrades. They extend to 5.811mm in length and 2.090mm in width and 1.970mm in height, dimensions of the 1000 TRX mammoth.
Mammoth 1000 TRX from Hennessey: available
The Mammoth TRX100 costs around $150,000, including the inventory TRX pickup (around Rs 1.11 crore). The truck was made available to “customers in the US and around the world,” Hennessey stated.
The Texan company, best known as the future Venom F5, produces 200 of the new US market pick-ups and says it has already received more than half of the orders.
The only way to go to the Indian market is as a private importer as either Dodge or Hennessey are not present in India “as read and reported by www.autocarindia.com”.