Ram unveils an exclusive version of the full-size 1500November 24, 2020
The American full-size truck manufacturer has unveiled two exclusive versions of the 1500. The new models will be offered in Tank Green, Flame Red and a range of really interesting features, including impressive off-road capabilities.
The 2021 Ram 1500 will be available in two special editions. The new designs have received military-style body colors and other similar styling elements. This time, the company is producing 1,000 full-size pickup trucks in the dark green Tank color and 1,000 in the Flame Red body color. Sales will begin in the first quarter of 2021. Both versions can be ordered with all body styles and all available engines.
In addition to the special colors, each pickup has a Built to Serve edition decal and a US flag on the rear bumper.
The fender flares are body-colored, but Ram uses black trim to surround the grille, bumpers, headlight bezels, badges, side steps and exhaust tips. The trucks received 20-inch wheels with Technical Gray finish.
The exclusive pickup trucks come with an advanced 4×4 Off-Road Group all-wheel drive system. The kit includes all-terrain tires, an electronically locked rear differential, a descent control system, hooks, off-road calibrated shock absorbers and several underbody protection plates.
The interior has black upholstery with Medium Greystone accent stitching. Velcro embroidery on the front and shoulder panels of the seats allows you to attach military patches. The seat backs have a ladder system for attaching bags / modular lightweight carrying equipment (PALS / MOLLE) for carrying more armed gear.
Not so long ago, our publication wrote that more than 100 Mopar accessories will be offered for the Ram 1500 TRX. The Ram 1500 TRX will have over 100 Mopar elements and accessories available. The portal CarsWeek became aware of this on Sunday, October 11.
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