World’s Most Powerful ‘Overlanding’ Pickup

Hennnessey Mammoth 1000 TRX Overland

The maker of high-performance vehicles and hypercars Hennessey, based in Texas, has unveiled an overlanding update for its MAMMOTH TRX truck. With the entire package, owners of the most potent pickup truck in the world may travel farther into the wilderness than ever before.

Overlanding is vehicle-based, on-road and off-road adventure travel with a focus on self-reliance, resilience, and enjoyment of the journey – getting there is half the fun. With that in mind, the Hennessey MAMMOTH 1000 TRX offers adventurers 1,012-horsepower of 4×4 go-anywhere performance combined with everything needed to be comfortable in the remote backwoods.

The tailored Overland Edition includes a wide range of user-friendly equipment for truck-based living. The modular system utilizes a robust TRX bed rack as its foundation, topped by a convenient hard-shell rooftop tent that takes mere minutes to set up. A retractable 55-inch awning provides shade and shelter, while auxiliary fuel tanks and a pressurized water reservoir are also mounted on the rack to increase range and utility. Other accessories include a 28-inch splitting axe, shovel, and LED perimeter illumination. Grab handles, and a retractable ladder improve accessibility to the tent and equipment. 

The new Overland Edition is available on the company’s ‘MAMMOTH 900’ or ‘MAMMOTH 1000’ versions of the RAM TRX. Professionally installed by Hennessey Performance technicians, the comprehensive upgrade can be added to any MAMMOTH build for $19,950.

The fastest and most potent truck in the world is known as the MAMMOTH 1000 TRX. Its 6.2-liter “Hellcat” supercharged V8 engine, which has been upgraded with Hennessey’s high-flow 2.65L supercharger, larger fuel injectors, and high-flow induction system as well as performance-improving calibration tweaks, is responsible for this performance. A go-anywhere truck is produced as a result of the improvements, with 1,012 horsepower at 6,500 rpm and 969 lb-ft of mountainous torque at 4,200 rpm.

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