Auto Shows 2019 Ram 1500 truck gets loaded with Mopar goodies in Chicago

18:24  09 february  2018
18:24  09 february  2018 Source:   autoblog.com

Next-Gen Ram 1500 Spied Testing In Less Camouflage

  Next-Gen Ram 1500 Spied Testing In Less Camouflage The new headlights are especially attractive.After previously testing the next-gen Ram 1500 with nearly no camouflage, the company now apparently feels comfortable putting the truck on the road with relatively little to hide its updated body. These shots catch the pickup under development and show the vehicle wearing the production grille, headlights, and taillights.

Ram and MOPAR have collaborated to customize a Flame Red 2019 Ram 1500 Big Horn Sport 4x4, which made its debut at the 2018 Chicago Auto Show. The collaboration showcases some of the 200+ MOPAR parts and accessories available for the outdoor-sport-themed truck .

The truck here is a Flame Red 2019 Ram 1500 Big Horn Sport 4×4. It’s sporting a 2-inch lift kit, 35-inch tires, 18-inch beadlock wheels, black fender flares and Visually, the Ram gets a black Mopar logo on the hood, black Ram emblems and badges, black tow hooks and a Mopar logo in the trailer hitch.

Last month saw the debut of the all-new 2019 Ram 1500. While there are a slew of variants coming down the pipe (Tradesman, Sport, etc.), Ram used the 2018 Chicago Auto Show to showcase a whole host of Mopar parts and accessories on a bright-red 2019 Ram. In total, there will be more than 200 new parts available when the new Ram hits dealer showrooms later this year.

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The truck here is a Flame Red 2019 Ram 1500 Big Horn Sport 4x4. It's sporting a 2-inch lift kit, 35-inch tires, 18-inch beadlock wheels, black fender flares and black aluminum running boards. The bed has the adjustable "Ram Rack," a sort of frame that can be used to strap down large items like a couple of kayaks. The rear bumper has a bed step that articulates outward when needed. The Nissan Titan has a similar feature.

Here's The 2019 Ram 1500 Before You're Supposed To See It

  Here's The 2019 Ram 1500 Before You're Supposed To See It <p>You can pass your own on judgements on Ram’s new design choices</p>You can pass your own on judgements on Ram’s new design choices. I’ll just point out that the shiny grille might indicate this is a high-spec Limited trim truck, and note that the “1500” badging indicating that this is a half-ton pickup appears to have moved from the door to the side of the hood.

Filed under: Aftermarket,Design/Style, Chicago Auto Show, RAM , Truck ,Off-Road [IMG] The truck looks pretty sweet in red and black. Similar Threads - 2019 1500 truck . Current Ram 1500 sticking around into 2019 .

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There are a few performance upgrades, too, though Mopar doesn't list any new power ratings. There's a new cold-air intake for the 5.7-liter Hemi V8 that's functional with all of the new Ram's hood designs. The Hemi also gets a new stainless steel catback exhaust system. The 5-inch exhaust tips fit into the bumper.

Visually, the Ram gets a black Mopar logo on the hood, black Ram emblems and badges, black tow hooks and a Mopar logo in the trailer hitch. The interior is done up in Katzkin leather with red stitching, and the ram's head logo on the seat backs and rubber floor mats.

One of the coolest things about all of these parts is that customers can have them installed before ever taking delivery. Those parts will also be backed by the same warranty as the rest of the truck.

2019 Ram 1500 pickup is in its own 'production hell' .
FCA's main profit center, the Ram 1500, is behind schedule and it's costing the company hundreds of millions.While Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' CEO Sergio Marchionne isn't bedding down on the factory floor like Tesla's Elon Musk, the company's pivotal new 2019 Ram 1500 pickup is encountering its own brand of production hell. ("You need to be Elon's age to do that. I'm too old for that crap," Marchionne said on last week's media conference call).

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