Newest American Super Trucks with Over the Top Performance & Offroading Upgrades

Generations change, but America’s fascination with pickup trucks is everlasting. Moreover, each new model has got to be bigger, better and meaner than its predecessor. In this episode we will cover the newest lineup of overpowered trucks under the stars and stripes banner that are ready to destroy drag strips as well as dominate the offroad!

Before we go any further, don’t forget to take a look at other #AutomotiveTerritory releases:

New pickup trucks with the most affordable list prices for base models:

Pickup trucks with all-electric powertrains:

Detailed information about all models in this #AT_New_Cars video:

00:00 Introduction

00:36 Mammoth 1000 TRX

Since the performance genius of the 700-horsepower RAM TRX still falls short of the Hennessey Performance standards, the arrival of the enhanced MAMMOTH 1000 TRX is nothing but inevitable. The upgrade gives the stock truck a new 2.65L supercharged instead of the 2.4L one, boosting the output of the 6.2L V8 mill to 1012 horsepower and 969 lb-ft.

01:45 Mil-Spec Automotive M1- R

Though in 2021, the Hummer truck is being reimagined as a modern EV, this does not mean that its iconic gas-feeding predecessor is forgotten. Created by the Michigan-based Hummer-specialist Mil-Spec Automotive, the new M1- R is the ultimate version of first generation H1 pickup.

02:54 Ford F-150 Lightning

Until the arrival of the V8 powered Raptor, the world’s favorite pickup truck line receives a new top dog with an all-electric heart. The appropriately named F-150 Lightning is built on a dedicated EV platform with 2 electric motors, standard 4WD.

04:04 Roush F-150 and Special Editions and

Since F-150 has transitioned to the new generation, Roush are on time with the new kit as well. Designed and engineered from the ground up the truck wears new fender flares, redesigned Roush bumper and grille.

05:11 Ram 1500 TRX

In addition to a massive herd of 702 horses, 2022 Ram 1500 TRX offers intimidating looks, thought-out high-class cabin, and most importantly, loads and loads of off-road potency.

06:32 GMC Hummer EV

The story of the Hummer’s gas guzzling version was rather short lived, but GM is giving the moniker one more run in the form of an all-electric supertruck that will be produced at recently repurposed Detroit-Hamtrack plant.

07:42 PaxPower Jackal

While the off-road Silverado ZRX remains a prospect, the PaxPower-developed Jackal conversion kits are here to provide proper power and off-road muscles to the latest generation truck. The Houston tuners offer three upgrade stages, which can transform the Silverado from mild to wild.

08:47 Shelby F-150

Taking the 4×4 Lariat trim as a base vehicle, the legendary high-performance manufacturer rolls out the toughest F-150 you can buy in 2021. Apart from Shelby’s reputation, its six-figure price tag is justified by the BDS lift kit that features Fox 2.5-inch internal bypass shocks with compression control, large 22-inch wheels and, of-course, unique aesthetics.

09:44 Canoo Pickup

Compared to the likes of F150 Lightning and Hummer EV, the all-electric pickup by the Canoo startup looks rather bus-like and even somewhat cartoonish. However, impressing people with beefed-up styling is not the focus of this model, which is built with practicality, utility, and functional performance in mind.

10:41 Hennessey Maximus

Inspired by the fierce Maximus from the 2000 Gladiator movie, the name of this Hennessey conversion speaks for itself as you are looking at the baddest and strongest version of the Jeep pickup. Hennessey Maximus discards the boring 3.6L Pentastar V6 from the stock truck and features a 6.2L Supercharged Hellcat V8 instead.

11:37 Yenko Silverado

Unlike the PaxPower Jackal, the Specialty Vehicle Engineering’s take on Silverado focuses on inducing it with the amount of power that would be enough to lock horns with Ram’s TRX. As the result, 2021 Yenko Silverado offers a total output of 800 horsepower and 720 pound-feet of torque.

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