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Ram Rampage RT Spied Testing In The United States



Ram’s South American operations made no secret that it tapped the automaker’s engineers in the United States when creating the new Rampage pickup. Now, we are getting another chance to see the truck testing in the US.

This Rampage is under very heavy camouflage that prevents getting a good look at the truck. Only the headlights and a portion of the grille are visible. The recent teaser images (below) provide a better look at the new Ram.

There’s actually a better look inside of the truck in these pictures. The RT embroidery on the seats tells us which trim this is. It also has a push-button start, gearshift dial, and an electronic parking brake. The chairs and dashboard feature Alcantara elements.

The Rampage entered production in Brazil on January 6. The event was so big that the country’s president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva was even present.

Despite production already starting, Ram hasn’t yet released full details about the Rampage. According to’s Brazilian edition, the company plans to announce the info in the coming days. We know that Big Horn, Laramie, and R/T trims are part of the lineup.

The Rampage would reportedly be available with the Hurricane 4 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder. In Jeep products available in Brazil, it makes 272 hp and 295 pound-feet (40.8 kgfm) of torque.


 Story is developing…

Source: motor1

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