Hennessey Gives the Ram TRX Mammoth 1000 a Final Boost to 1,012 Horsepower

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As the Ram TRX bids farewell after MY2024, Hennessey pays homage to this iconic truck with the special-edition ‘Last Stand’ version of the Mammoth 1000.

The Mammoth 1000 Last Stand boasts a supercharged 6.2-liter V8 engine, upgraded with a 2.65-liter high-flow supercharger and new calibrations. This powerhouse now delivers a staggering 1,012 horsepower and a formidable 969 lb-ft of torque, a significant boost from the stock outputs of 702 hp and 650 lb-ft.

With this enhanced performance, Hennessey claims the truck can sprint from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.2 seconds, outpacing even the renowned Ferrari Roma. Additionally, it conquers the quarter-mile in 11.4 seconds with exit speeds surpassing 120 mph, exceeding the stock truck’s top speed of 118 mph.

For off-road enthusiasts, Hennessey offers an optional Off-Road package featuring a leveling kit for the front and rear, 35- or 37-inch off-road tires, LED lights, custom bumpers, 20-inch Hennessey 10-spoke wheels, and power-operated fold-out steps. Wilwood brakes and transmission upgrades are also available, ensuring optimal performance for any terrain.

As part of the Last Stand model, the Mammoth 1000 comes in three new paint colors: Delmonico Red, Night Edge Blue, and Harvest Sunrise Orange, along with returning favorites like Billet Silver, Granite Grey, and Pitch Black. Model-specific ‘Last Stand’ graphics adorn the rear fenders, distinguishing it from standard Mammoth 1000 models.

Exclusive and Limited Production

Each Mammoth 1000 Last Stand edition features a special plaque indicating its unique build number, emphasizing its exclusivity. With only 200 units slated for production worldwide, this model is destined to become a coveted collector’s item.

While pricing details for the Last Stand edition have yet to be disclosed, Hennessey assures buyers with a three-year/36,000-mile limited warranty, offering added assurance.

Looking Ahead

While the TRX era may come to a close, enthusiasts can anticipate the Ram 1500 RHO as a worthy successor. Powered by a 540-hp Hurricane inline-six engine, it may not match the TRX’s brawn but offers a compelling alternative in the performance truck segment.

Tuning packages for the Hurricane engine are expected to emerge soon, promising exciting possibilities for Ram enthusiasts.

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