Apocalype 6×6’s Ram 1500 TRX-Based Juggernaut Has Landed From Another Planet

Apocalypse 6×6 creates some truly wild builds and has just unveiled its latest project, dubbed the Juggernaut.

For those that don’t know, Apocalypse 6×6 builds six-wheeled versions of the Jeep Gladiator, Ford Bronco, and Ram 1500 TRX, dubbed the Hellfire, Dark Horse, and Warlord respectively. Its new Juggernaut is based on the 1500 TRX but takes things to absurd new levels.

In addition to equipping the truck with a trio of Dana 60 axles, the company has fitted it with a set of massive aftermarket wheels wrapped in 40-inch tires. It is now good for 20,000 lbs (9,071 kg) of towing and has both locking differentials and a full-time six-wheel drive system. Apocalypse 6×6 has also equipped the truck with Sport, Drag Race, Baja, Rocks, and Mud driving modes.

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A plethora of other upgrades have been made. These include the fitment of hand-fabricated steel bumpers, power steps, blind sport monitor, a birds eye-view camera, and panoramic sunroof. The design of the Juggernaut is also quite different to the TRX-based Warlord as there is a bespoke front fascia with customized headlights, a massive grille, striking front and rear wheel arches and quarter panels, and an intriguing windshield surround housing an LED light bar.

The interior has also been updated and sports newly-trimmed leather surfaces, heated and cool seats, and what the tuner dubs the largest rear bench seat in the industry. There is also a power rolling bed cover that is remote-controlled and has a locking function. A pumping Harmon Kardon audio system also comes standard alongside a 12-inch infotainment system.

Given that the Juggernaut started out life as a Ram 1500 TRX, it is fitted with a 6.2-liter supercharged Hellcat V8. However, rather than producing the standard 702 hp, the engine has been upgraded to now deliver 850 hp, which is fitting given how much heavier the six-wheeler would be.

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