Though the 2019 Ram 1500 was just revealed in January, Ram has already been introducing specialty versions of the truck, including the Texas-only Lone Star model and the Canada-only Sport model. This newest special edition won't be restricted by region, but it will be limited to just 2,000 examples, and it will probably be snapped up by horse fans. It's the Ram 1500 Kentucky Derby Edition.
Drive a Ram 1500? Maybe it's time to give your fuel tanks a look. FCA is issuing a voluntary recall of over 270,000 Ram 1500 pickups to prevent their fuel tanks from sagging.
There's a lot going on with the 2019 Ram 1500: inside, outside, out back, and under the hood. New engine options — two of which feature 48-volt eTorque assistance for extra grunt — and lots of attitude-heavy trims. But our first experience with the '19 Ram is focused on the totality of the truck experience — taking a step back, a deep breath of desert air, and soaking it all in. Ram is staking out a fascinating niche in an incredibly competitive segment. More than anything, thi
The cover was pulled off at the Dallas Auto Show.
Ram has launched the online configuration tool for the 2019 Ram 1500 pickup truck. There's a version for everyone including work trucks and luxury vehicles.
The truck looks pretty sweet in red and black. Here's all the equipment it's decked out with.
Our favorite was a Jeep Wrangler commercial.
Take a look at those seat-back pockets.
Yep, there are even more variations of the Ram to see.
Comparing the newest fullsize and midsize pickup trucks, compact sedans, and a pair of Mustang coupes.
Imagine a new badge from either Chevy or Ford.
If we're honest, it's about time.
An all-new Ram pickup has to fit in with the heritage of the vehicle.
We'll do a deeper comparison of these pickups when more information is revealed.
There's a mild-hybrid system under the hood.
The Ram is all new for 2018. The 1500 will come in two engine versions, a 3.6-liter V6 and a 5.7-liter V8. An eTorque system will add an extra 90 pound-feet of torque in the V6 and 130 in the V8. And it will get a massive 12-inch touchscreen. For more coverage of the NAIAS 2018 head over to https://www.autoblog.com/detroit-auto-show/
The base model will look a little different.
They're remarkably close.
You like supercars? We offer you the mid-engine Corvette. Pickup trucks? How about the 2019 Ram 1500. A vintage bus-turned-RV? Yep, we've even got that.