• Image Credit: Brian Williams
2019 Ram 1500
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
2019 Ram 1500
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
2019 Ram 1500
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
2019 Ram 1500
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
2019 Ram 1500
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
2019 Ram 1500
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
2019 Ram 1500
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
2019 Ram 1500
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
2019 Ram 1500
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
2019 Ram 1500
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
2019 Ram 1500
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
2019 Ram 1500
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
2019 Ram 1500
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
2019 Ram 1500
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
2019 Ram 1500
  • Image Credit: Brian Williams
We're only a couple of weeks away from the 2019 Ram 1500 full-size pickup truck's public reveal at the Detroit Auto Show, but we're still getting little sneak peeks of the new Ram. In these spy photos, we get the last piece of the truck's front fascia puzzle, the badge.

(UPDATE, January 2018: Here are the story and photos from the 2019 Ram's full reveal at the Detroit Auto Show.)

As expected, the Ram logo fits in a little space between the split chrome bars in the middle of the grille. We're still not sure if this horizontal bar grille will be the only version or if there will be an assortment as there is on the current model. This iteration is the only version we've seen so far. These shots also show how this grille integrates nicely with the headlights. The turn signal LEDs line up with the gap in the chrome bar, the lower portion of the bar lines up with the lower running lights, and the upper portion lines up with the main headlight element.

The rest of the truck will be fully revealed at the Detroit Auto Show. We know it will feature a 5.7-liter V8, which will probably be accompanied by at least a gasoline V6 if not a new version of the EcoDiesel V6, too. It may also be shown with the previously spied split tailgate. For additional peeks at the pickup, check out these previous spy shots, as well as our renderings.

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