FCA instructed everyone to create a future RAM truckApril 9, 2020
By the social network Facebook, the Italian-American concern Fiat Chrysler Automobiles decided to hold a competition of sketches for different cars of the RAM brand (part of FCA). Everyone can take part in the competition.
FCA North America, a representative office of an Italian-American concern in North America, has posted an intriguing contest on its Facebook page, urging members of the public to submit their best, most outrageous Ram pickup designs. Ralph Gilles, FCA Design Manager Ralph Gilles, and Mark Throstle, Ram Truck Exterior Design Manager, will be judging the one-day “battle” for the best sketch.
Separately, it is worth noting this funny conceptual sketch of the Rodgeage, based on the Dodge Challenger, which reminds us of a one-piece pickup coupe from the 1980s.
Contest participants can leave comments on the pinned post declaring the battle for the best sketch, or they can declare their work on Twitter. Applications are accepted until Thursday, April 9th. All messages must have the hashtag #DriveForDesign, and the thumbnails themselves must include a link to the official FCA Drive for Design website. According to the organizers of this competition, young automobile designers who will create interesting outline designs of the Ram truck of the future may subsequently be offered work in the design department of the concern.
The fact that the Challenger Rampage FCA is included in the announcement of the competition, we really, really like it. Everything that is between its front axle and the central pillar looks very brutal. The radiator grill and headlights are clearly borrowed from the Ram 1500, and a small cargo compartment is located on the elongated rear end. Oddly enough, the original 1980s Dodge Rampage mini-truck was also based on the company’s sports coupe: front-wheel Charger and Omni 024.
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