Ram 1500 Limited Edition or Commemorative Pickup

Ram 1500 Limited Edition or Commemorative Pickup

October 6, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

The American automaker presented an anniversary version of its full-size Ram 1500 pickup. The novelty, which was created in honor of a significant event – 10 years ago, the brand’s pickups were called not Dodge Ram, but simply Ram. The start of sales has already been announced.

It’s been 10 years since you American full-size trucks stopped being called the Dodge Ram and were sold under a separate Ram brand. To celebrate this 10th anniversary, an exclusive version of the truck was created, called the 1500 Limited Longhorn 10th Anniversary Edition.

“The new 2021 Ram 1500 in the Limited Longhorn 10th Anniversary Edition is a testament to the Ram brand’s identity over the past 10 years,” said Mike Koval Jr., head of the Ram brand.

“The Limited Longhorn 10th Anniversary Edition is yet another example of our being the creator of one of the most luxurious pickup trucks today.”

What can boast of the new version of the full-size truck? Firstly, the special Longhorn version with leather trim is now part of the Limted family, which means even more natural wood, chrome and of course leather in the cabin. In addition, the center armrest is adorned with a special old-style badge, a glossy black gearshift cover, metal pedals.

Ram does not say how many 10th Anniversary Edition models will be built, but it is known that they are all available with a 5.7-liter Hemi V8 or 3.0-liter EcoDiesel. The Crew Cab is the only configuration offered, but it can be ordered with a 1.68 or 1.98 meter load bed. Trucks are available for purchase now, prices start at $ 56,870

Not so long ago, we wrote that Ram spoke about the possibility of creating electric pickups. According to Carl Lally, senior brand manager of American automaker Ram for the 1500 pickup truck, the 702-horsepower Ram TRX truck with its 6.2-liter gasoline V8 is much more interesting to buyers than trucks with no less powerful, but electric power plants.