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2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat Pickup Rendering Takes The Crazy To Another Level

No way Dodge would ever slap an SRT badge on a pickup! Oh wait.

  • 2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat pickup rendered because why not?

  • Could be a spiritual successor to one of the craziest things on four wheels ever built, the Dodge Ram SRT-10


This 2021 Dodge Durango SRT Hellcat pickup rendering gives us a good look at what would happen if Dodge decided to bring back one of its most ridiculous models ever.

We are referring to the Dodge Ram SRT-10, a pickup that didn’t make any sense when it was unveiled in 2004 and to this day still doesn’t make sense. That’s why we love it and when we call it ridiculous, we mean that with all the love in the world. The SRT-10 had a V10 engine take straight out of the Viper with 500 horsepower. It could reach 60 mph (97 km/h) in under 5.0 seconds and it came with a stick.

Dodge Ram SRT-10
The Dodge Ram SRT-10 | Photo: Dodge

As impressive as the SRT-10’s specs are, they would be no match for a 2021 Dodge Durango Hellcat pickup shown in this rendering. The Durango Hellcat makes 707 horsepower, reaches 60 mph in 3.5 seconds and can tow 8,700 pounds.

The rendering here is a single cab which was offered on the SRT-10 along with a crew cab.

Now, we have to say that this Durango Hellcat pickup isn’t the prettiest thing we’ve seen. The rear part just doesn’t do justice to how insane a model like this would be. It needs wider flares in the back, some kind of wing or lip, and someone needs to fix that rear window.

But, given that a Durango Hellcat pickup will never happen, there’s really no point in criticizing. Kudos to X-Tomi for making us all remember an era where 500-horsepower pickups with a manual gearbox were a thing.

Of course, there is something coming from Ram called the TRX which could give the original SRT-10 a run for its money. That model arrives later this year.

 

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