The Ram Outdoorsman is set to play a prominent role in a new adventure series recorded for the NBC Sports Network by Orion Entertainment. The show, appropriately named "Ram Outdoorsman," will travel around the country sampling a variety of hunting and fishing venues. The partnership has obvious benefits for Ram, as the show will likely introduce the Outdoorsman to plenty of potential buyers who may or may not have thought of the truck in the past.
The upcoming live-action Transformers movie will feature a matchup with which most Autoblog readers are intimately familiar: Camaro versus Mustang. A bright orange Chevy Camaro Concept that's more than meets the eye will play the good-natured Transformer named Bumblebee, which has traditionally been portrayed by the Volkswagen Beetle. Meanwhile, a Decepticon named Brawl that reportedly "jacks-up poor Bumblebee" is being played by the Ford Mustang.
Many of us have already taken in Motor Trend’s May issue cover story in which an impatient MT staff pits Chevy’s Camaro Concept, not due out until 2008 if at all, against the Ford Mustang in a digital duel. The comparison occurred in a virtual world created by a simulation program called CarSim. While data on the actually-in-existence Ford Mustang was easy to come by, editors from MT has to consult with GM to cull information on the 2009 Camaro to use in the simulation.
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