Ram Macho Power Wagon Concept

Nov 1, 2016

Category: Rides

It is that time of year again – the SEMA auto show in Las Vegas is in full swing and some of the coolest truck and car concepts are making their first appearances. One of the standouts so far this year? The Ram Macho Power Wagon Concept.

This thing isn’t all just sound and fury (although it is covered with the best named paint out there, ‘Macho Mango’). The truck features a 6.4 liter V8 engine that drives 410 horses and 429 pound feet of torque power to all four eight spoke bead-lock wheels and their accompanying 37 inch tires. As if what was under the hood isn’t enough, the car comes stock with a winch, a 21 inch light bar, and skid plates for off-road adventuring right out of the gate. Another unique addition to the truck is the sport hoop roof rack – or what the team at Dodge is calling the ‘Ram Rack’. It is designed to slide out from under the sport hoop for when you are looking to stow a large item like a kayak for some adventuring. We’re looking forward to seeing this thing start rolling off the lots. [Purchase]

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