The Ram Power Wagon fills the needs of people looking for heavy training capacity and occasional off-road ability. A new series of spy images captures the next generation model on the road with absolutely no camouflage. There is no better look to think of this heavy rig before Ram gives the truck a public debut in the future.
As suggested by previous spy images, the next generation of heavy frames looks much like the existing 1500 variants. In the front there are new headlights with bracket-shaped LED run lights on the top and bottom. The main projector is in the middle. The pickup's old cross-neck lattice is gone, and in its place there is now much more basket-shaped styling.
This truck also has a monochromatic appearance because the entire exterior is black and even the lights in the cabin seem to be colored. Subtle fender guards lend to the truck's muscular appearance. The two-tone wheels, knobby tires and pipeline boards are probably part of the Power Wagon's robust equipment.
Lower trimmer of next genes, Ram HD trucks will not pack all the comforts of this Power Wagon. The more basic Tradesman degree in the above spy images is missing the LED run lights and has simple mask control. The cabin lights are also not present.
Inside shows spy photos Ram that they will offer trucks with their latest technology, including a large infotainment display that dominates the midst.
The drive is currently the biggest mystery of the latest generation of Ram HD pickup. We believe that the existing 5.7 liter V8, 6.4-liter V8 and 6.7-liter Cummins-collected turbine diesel can transmit. One possibility is that at least some of the engines can get the mild hybrid equipment from 1500 as a method to improve fuel economy.
The Power Wagon and the rest of the Ram 2500 and 3500 Series could debut as early as 2019 North American International Auto Show in January, so we should know more about them soon.