Monday, October 18, 2021
News The Warlord 6x6 is an Extreme Ram TRX

The Warlord 6×6 is an Extreme Ram TRX

The Warlord 6x6 conversion leaves the engine bay as is, which is not an issue with a Ram TRX


  • Apocalypse Manufacturing adds an extra axle and a custom frame extension.

  • Pricing for the Warlord 6×6 starts at $250,000.


Big trucks are big business in many markets but nowhere is it bigger than in the US. This explains why a company like Florida-based Apocalypse Manufacturing is making big profits building these big trucks. The latest addition to Apocalypse’s roster is the Warlord 6×6, based on none other than the Ram TRX.

Apocalypse Manufacturing Custom Ram TRX 6×6 Warlord | Photo: Apocalypse Manufacturing

Priced at $250,000, the Warlord 6×6 gains an extra axle and a custom rear frame extension made from 0.25-inch-thick steel. The bed is also lengthened and fitted with a bed-mounted spare. The latter along with all six other 18-inch wheels are fitted, as standard, with 37-inch tires. Those who want to go, as noted by Motor Authority, can select the optional 40-inch tires.

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Unlike Hennessey which will upgrade the TRX‘s engine bay, at a considerable cost, Apocalypse Manufacturing leaves the Warlord 6×6’s supercharged 6.2-litre V8 and its 702 horsepower well enough alone. The only downsides to the conversion are an expected drop in acceleration and a considerable increase in fuel consumption.

Apocalypse Manufacturing Custom Ram TRX 6×6 Warlord | Photo: Apocalypse Manufacturing

Apocalypse Manufacturing Custom Ram TRX 6×6 Warlord | Photo: Apocalypse Manufacturing

Apocalypse Manufacturing Custom Ram TRX 6×6 Warlord | Photo: Apocalypse Manufacturing

Apocalypse Manufacturing Custom Ram TRX 6×6 Warlord | Photo: Apocalypse Manufacturing

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