October 26, 2018

By: Jonathan


Ram Rolling Out Two Concept 1500s For SEMA

Just a few more sleeps until the automotive world converges on Sin City for the sites and sounds of SEMA. As always, one of the sites to see is the massive FCA setup which this year will feature two Ram 1500 concept trucks.

The first is the Mopar-modified Ram 1500 Rebel Concept which as one would guess features a slew of Mopar aftermarket accessories. How much is a slew in this case? Well, more than 200 Mopar parts and accessories were used to give this “Rebel Smoke” truck its 2-inch lift, satin wheels, running boards, skid plates and on and on. Under the hood the 5.7-liter HEMI engine saw a little upgrade of its own with a Mopar “Ram Airflow” cold-air intake system.

Next up the Ram 1500 Big Horn “Low Down” Concept which went low when the Rebel Concept went high. The street inspired truck features its share of Mopar as well including a 2-inch drop by way of a prototype lowering kit. Packing the same under the hood setup as the Rebel the difference here is mainly cosmetic with its custom “Brassphault” color palette.

Both trucks will be on display Tuesday to Friday of next week at the annual SEMA show in Las Vegas, NV.

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