Yeah 2023 is done as far as the 6.2 Hemi, I was told in November. Question is what will they do for 2024 model year? There was supposed to be a hybrid Hurricane drivetrain that was going to be in the Grand Cherokee, I believe Grand Wagoneer, and TRX but there was packaging issues and performance issues from what I was told in 2021. Since I haven't seen Jeep announce it, they might have scrapped it, and the TRX is more than likely going straight EV next year probably as a 2025 model year vehicle. I don't know for sure if they'll drop a Hurricane in the TRX but it won't be the 1,000hp version, that'll most likely not meet emissions and Dodge told Motortrend its for "competition" use.
Gut feeling is they'll probably just limit TRX production for 2023 - 2024 until they announce an EV TRX with the same EV motor specs from the Charger Daytona Banshee system. Ram said they would have electric trucks coming in 2024 and 2025, so those trucks could be multiple versions of the Ram Revolution with the TRX being the top trim.
I should hear more once the UAW negotiates with Stellantis this year like when it leaked from Unifor they was making more Hellcat variants. We should find out if the TRX goes EV, hybrid drivetrains, maybe the hydrogen engines coming, and where they plan on building these trucks. Last I heard Warren was supposed to build the EV Ram Revolution but they had to improve their quality building the Wagoneer or they would lose new product.
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