The folks at FCA love their special-edition trims. The Dodge, Jeep, and Ram model lines are filled with everything from the Freedom edition Wrangler to the Brass Monkey Dodge Durango. For the 2017 New York Auto Show, Ram is rolling out two special models of its own, the Ram 1500 Sublime Sport and Rebel Blue Streak. With brilliant new paint, the pair are sure to stand out next to the grey, silver, and black vehicles that are oh-so-popular today.
The Ram 1500 Sublime Sport is limited to just 3,000 models, which is a bit of a shame as it's a great looking truck. Aside from the DayGlo-esque paint, the truck features a unique hood with black stripes, black Ram badges, and black wheels, upgraded to 22-inch on two-wheel-drive models. Inside, the black trim gets green accented stitching and green sport badges. The package is available on Crew Cab V8 models, starting at $47,135.
The Rebel Blue Streak is a new variant of the Ram 1500 Rebel. That means it's available with the Rebel Black appearance package that includes the same hood as the Sublime Sport, black wheels, black grille, black brush guard and black badging. The truck can also be had in a black and blue two-tone paint scheme. The interior black bezels on the door, center console, instrument panel, and gauge cluster. There are optional all-black seats that replace the standard Radar red perches. The Blue Streak option is available on all Ram 1500 Rebel models at no extra charge. The Rebel starts at $46,490 and isn't limited like the Sublime Sport.
Both trucks debut in New York and will hit dealer lots in May.