The maker of the Ram van and truck brand revealed three new variations of its popular ram 1500 pickup on Thursday, including one that starts at nearly $92,000.
Stellantis, the company formerly known as Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and maker of Ram, Jeep and Dodge, unveiled the new pickups at the State Fair of Texas, a popular place for automakers to crow about truck advancements.
The new pickups are the 2022 Ram 1500 TRX Ignition Edition, 2022 Ram 1500 Longhorn SouthFork and 2022 Ram 1500 (RAM)RED Edition.
Their debut in Dallas marks another chapter in the ongoing competition between the three most popular pickup brands, Ford, Chevrolet and Ram.
The Ram pickup briefly surpassed the Chevrolet Silverado in 2019 as the second best-selling pickup in the U.S. before relinquishing that spot in 2020. The Ford F-series is the perennial best-seller.
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Key details about the new pickups:
• 2022 Ram 1500 TRX Ignition Edition starting at $91,585: Limited to 875 units; available with 18-inch machine face black wheels and panoramic sunroof; “Copperhead Orange” stitching; additional orange accents on the interior; 6.2-liter, 8-cylinder supercharged engine. Goes on sale in the fourth quarter.
• 2022 Ram 1500 Longhorn SouthFork starting at $61,620: Replaces the Limited Longhorn 10th Anniversary edition pickup; includes a multi-function tailgate, all-terrain tires, adjustable cargo tie-down hooks, LED box lighting, suede door bolster with a leather insert.
• 2022 Ram 1500 (RAM)RED Edition starting at $63,250: Offers an 8-cylinder engine or EcoDiesel powertrain as well as a red R-A-M grille and a (RED) badge on the center console.
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