Ram Announces 2021 1500 Classic In Warlock All-Terrain PackSeptember 13, 2020
The press service of the American automaker has published information about the full-size pickup Ram 1500 Classic Warlock All-Terrain Pack version of the 2021 model year. Expect more off-road-focused add-ons.
Since the full-size Ram 1500 is offered in the Classic 2021 version of the 2021 model year, it is only natural that this incredibly popular version of the model will receive an updated version of the Warlock. The newest car will receive the new designation Ram 1500 Classic Warlock All-Terrain Pack. According to the online community Mopar Insiders, this version of the truck will receive many updates, some of which will be quite important.
Originally, the Warlock trim was meant to pay homage to the 1970s Ram trucks of the same name.
Instead of gold wheels, wooden “railings” of the cargo platform, the 2019 model year version of the truck has a rather sinister, darkened appearance. The car also boasted a slightly raised suspension. But it still lacked some off-road ability.
This is where the Warlock All-Terrain Pack is said to come in. With order code ASJ, this new “package” will add Yokohama all-terrain tires, a full-size spare tire, 17-inch matte black aluminum wheels and an all-weather carpet mat. No photos yet – this article shows the 2019 Ram 1500 Classic Warlock.
The new car will receive a black false radiator grille with a huge RAM lettering, powder-coated front and rear bumpers, black wheel arches, LED fog lights, projector headlights with dark bezels, LED taillights, black badges, bonnet decals and an additional sports hood. The pickup will receive a 1-inch suspension lift and reinforced rear shock absorbers.
Not so long ago, we wrote that listen to the menacing exhaust of the powerful Ram TRX 2021 pickup. The video shows the loud exhaust sound of the “charged” Ram TRX pickup 2021 model year. It is the cold start and the engine idling that are captured.
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