Rumors point to 2014 SRT Ram pickup

New Viper-powered pickup truck in the works?

Jan 17 2013, 1:27pm CST | by

Rumors point to 2014 SRT Ram pickup

Several years ago, Dodge created a special pickup truck that had the engine from a Viper under the hood. The special trucks are sought after by performance truck enthusiasts all around the country. Rumors are indicating that SRT may be ready to launch a new version of the performance truck.

With SRT bringing the Viper back from the dead, it would make sense that rumors will start circulating that a new Viper-powered Dodge Ram pickup truck might be in the works. I would like to see this happen and would hope that the truck would be insanely expensive.

That said, I know if the Viper-powered pickup truck comes back market it will be very expensive, not to mention impractical. I still hope this rumor comes true.

 
 
 

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