Hellcat-powered Ram Hellfire debuts at SEMA

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Here at Motor Authority, we proudly stand behind the idea that you should "Hellcat" everything out there.

The world is a more exciting place when there are more cars packing 707-horsepower heat. It doesn't need to be just cars though, as the supercharged V-8 engine has found its way under the hood of a few trucks and an upcoming Jeep Grand Cherokee model. Now it's been shoved into another Ram. This one just debuted at the 2016 SEMA show, and it's been dubbed Hellfire.

The flat black paint is paired with a singular offset red stripe. That matches the red wheels, red mirror caps, and red interior trim on the seats. Out back, there's a Hellcat badge on the tailgate as well as a Hellfire badge. Up front, the truck gets a race-ready chin splitter.

We don't know if this one is still four-wheel-drive capable like the custom truck built up in Canada. It's definitely built for road use though, and not for the off-road world like the Ram Rebel TRX concept. Regardless, we're just happy there's another vehicle equipped with our favorite engine.

The SEMA show runs November 1-4 in Las Vegas, Nevada. For more coverage, head to our dedicated hub.

 
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