Dodge Unveils New Generation Ram 1500 Built To Service Edition Pickup For US ArmyNovember 28, 2020
Ram Trucks’ Built To Serve Editions will be limited to 2,000 units in Tank and Flame Red for now.
On the Web, there was an announcement of the production of a new generation of the full-size Ram 1500 Built To Service Edition pickup truck, which is designed primarily to meet the needs of the US armed forces. Selected in 2009 as a separate line of Ram Trucks, which has already become a legendary pickup truck, it still attracts the eyes of motorists, not only with its brutal exterior, but also with excellent technical characteristics.
The appearance of this truck has a slightly modified radiator grille, surrounded by optics, bumpers, side steps and other “body kits” in black. To increase cross-country ability, Built To Service Edition pickups will be equipped with a 4×4 Off-Road Group package. Also, the truck will be equipped with a rear differential with electronic locking, a descent support system, gearbox and engine protection, and, naturally for a car of this class, a set of off-road tires, tow hooks and shock absorbers calibrated for off-road driving, plus 20-inch wheels, and also fender extensions.
We now turn to the description of the car interior. As it should be in a war, it is worth recalling that Built To Service Edition pickups are produced primarily for the US Army, it can be safely called ascetic. Judge for yourself – black finish with Medium Greystone accent stitching.
The backs of the chairs in their equipment have the PALS / MOLLE system, with the help of which a soldier can compactly place duffel bags, various weapons, and protective equipment. On the front and side panels of the seats there are Velcro, where you can stick not only military stripes and other necessary information.
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