Dodge T-Rex

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Dodge T-Rex
Overview
Manufacturer Dodge (Chrysler)
Model years 1997
Body and chassis
Class concept vehicle
Powertrain
Engine 8.0 L (488 cu in) 20-valve 90° MagnumV-10
Transmission Chrysler 47RE

The Dodge T-Rex is a Ram-based concept vehicle produced by Dodge in 1997 with three axles and six-wheel drive.

It was powered by the 8.0-liter Magnum V10 engine, borrowed from the production 1990s era Ram 2500/3500 V-10. That heavy-duty Ram engine made 300 horsepower and 450 pound feet of torque. Power was never officially rated for the T-Rex, although dodgeram.org suggests more than stock. Mercedes-Benz, which owned Chrysler at the time, later made a 6X6 version of the G63 AMG SUV/truck.

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