The rendering is more like a longer-wheelbase Ram 1500 TRX with sliding rear doors and long side windows. I'd say the proportions look a bit off compared to the old Ram van, but hey, it's supposed to be a high-performance people mover, so it's totally fine. And just look at that bulge sitting proudly on the slightly shorter, almost cabover-like hood.
Of course, it's there to feed air into the supercharged, 6.2-liter V8 engine that pumps out a whopping 702 horsepower in the Ram 1500 TRX. That would be enough to obliterate any factory-built people hauler out there and turn this TRX-spec rig into the most powerful van ever made. All while rocking gear that would make it highly capable on the unbeaten path.
Don't worry if you feel like shouting "shut up and take my money!" from the top of your lungs. I feel it too. Unfortunately, this van will never happen. Because not only the Dodge Ram van is long gone, but Chrysler's supercharged 6.2-liter V8 is also on its way out. Because electrification is taking over and beefed-up gasoline V8 are going the dinosaur route.
But who knows, maybe someone will eventually turn this monstrosity into reality with an aftermarket mod. Until that happens, all we can do is stare at this rendering and shed a few tears.