We're all incredibly bummed about the auto show circuit's Ram, believes the show must go on -- at a smaller scale.due to the pandemic, but it's far better to be safe and healthy. Automakers know that, and we know that. But it looks like Fiat Chrysler Automobile's truck division,
A new report from Mopar Insiders last week suggests Ram still plans to show the upcoming Rebel TRX this June. Rumors pointed to a big debut at the 2020 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, but organizers as FEMA declared the show's venue a field hospital for COVID-19 patients.
Instead of a flashy auto show debut, Ram might pull the sheet off itsrival at a small event this summer with a digital livestream for fans to watch the truck's debut wherever they are in the world. Mopar Insiders cites unnamed sources, so we'll have to take this information with a grain of salt for now. A Ram representative declined to comment for this story.
The Rebel TRX should be one heck of a beast when it does debut, though. Previous information suggests the truck willwith an eight-speed automatic tapped to send power to a rumored "heavy-duty" four-wheel-drive system. The Rebel TRX concept debuted with only 575 hp, but according to recent reports, it sounds like Ram engineers opted to crank things up a notch. After all, the supercharged 6.2-liter Hellcat V8 has made at least 707 hp any time it's reported for duty in other vehicles.