The new addition to the lineup has been filled to the brim with unique touches and luxury features.
Ram has announced the arrival of the 1500 TRX Havoc Edition, a new addition to the lineup that will be made available in limited quantities sporting its most vivid look yet.
With a shouty 6.2-liter supercharged V8 and aggressive styling, the TRX is no shrinking violet, and the new Baja Yellow exterior color allows the high-performance truck to stand out even more. But it's much more than a bright yellow paint job, with a ton of extra equipment to justify a six-figure price tag.
The Havoc Edition receives the TRX Level 2 Equipment Group (usually a $10,995 option on the standard TRX), bundling a long list of amenities like eight-way power-adjustable front seats, a 19-speaker Harmon Kardon Premium sound system, and ventilated seats across both rows. For that added bit of luxury, the Havoc Edition receives a dual-pane sunroof.
It then builds on this with the exclusive paint job, black-painted 18-inch bead-lock capable wheels, graphics, and a spray-in bedliner. Other features include cargo-tie downs, a bed step, and a cab-mounted LED brake light.
The well-equipped cabin receives several unique touches. Through the carbon fiber/leather-trimmed, flat-bottomed steering wheel, the driver will note the driver's screen now boasts a Baja Yellow TRX symbol to match the vivid exterior. The color theme continues with Prowler Yellow stitching that can be found on the dashboard, center console, and seats.
Speaking of the seats, the black leather upholstery receives embroidered TRX logos, while the fascia receives sporty carbon fiber inlays.
Lastly, the Havoc Edition receives a model-specific plaque on the center console, along with several driver assists such as adaptive cruise control, lane-keep assist, and pedestrian emergency braking.
"The Ram 1500 TRX Havoc Edition offers another unique way for our passionate customers to separate themselves from the crowd with the segment's best combination of performance, capability, and technology," said Ram CEO Mike Koval Jr. "We're always exploring new ideas and looking for ways to offer new content as we continue to win over more and more buyers."
Ram leaves the powertrain untouched, but no one has ever complained that the 702-horsepower supercharged 6.2-liter V8 is exactly lacking. If, however, you crave more muscle, the 787-hp Ram Tyrant is the ideal solution.
If you're interested in this bright yellow bastion of excess, you'd best have deep pockets. Ram says the Havoc Edition will hit dealers with an MSRP of $104,550 (excl. the $1,895 destination charge). That's still cheaper than the TRX's chief rival, the equally menacing F-150 Raptor R. The Havoc Edition will be made available in limited quantities and is expected to go on sale in the first quarter of 2023.