Not uncommon for pickup trucks, the Ram 1500 has been completely redesigned for almost a decade after the previous model was introduced. Given how long the Ram truck has been on the Fiat Chrysler lineup and how important Ram Truck is to Fiat Chrysler’s lineup, major changes have been made to the new models, including mild hybrid technology, new 98% high-strength steel Frame, increased payload, and improved aerodynamics. The truck also has a brand new design built in, though this means losing a lot of the signature look. Is it worth redefining the name of the truck to further refine? We will explore the following design changes for Ram 1500 in 2019.
The Ram Company ditch its predecessor atmospheric grille design stylish. The new 1500 is not a traditional sign, but a “Ram” in the center of the grille. The design of the headlamps and the Limited car grille are particularly mixed, making the low-cost area more complicated. The new aluminum hood guides the air away from the wipers, increasing aerodynamics. Please note that there is a new badge on the side of the bonnet.
Meet the full-size truck name, Ram 1500 has grown. From the side, the cab may be 4 inches long. The width is increased by half an inch, while the height of the bed is now increased by 1.5 inches. Ram pushed back the B-pillar and the C-pillar by one inch, moving the rear of the cab a further 2 inches. This means that on the Crew Cab models, the size of the front and rear doors is one inch larger and the back of the Quad Cab model is one inch from the rear door. What is even more obvious is that a simplified sign is decorated on the side of the body behind the front wheels. In the limited edition, silver trim layout has changed.
At the rear, look for a redesigned taillight and a new bumper. The bumper includes a larger pad at the corner with a lower step in the middle.
Open the door and you’ll immediately have a 12-inch touchscreen infotainment system, at least in some versions. The maximum screen provided by the Ram 1500 was an 8.4-inch touch unit. In the new Ram, you will find a redesigned glove box and cup holder. The central stack has been lifted to bring it closer to the driver.
Like the previous version, the new Ram 1500 also offers a stronger rebel version. Many updates reflect the changes we’ve seen in other Ram squads, including new headlights, hoods and bumpers.