Fiat Chrysler is expected to heavily update the current-generation Ram 1500 for the 2018 model year, keeping the pickup fresh until the next-generation version is introduced after 2020.
The refreshed 2018 Ram 1500 may re-introduce the extended ‘Mega Cab’ option to the Ram nameplate if new spy shots from PickupTrucks.com are any indication. The Mega Cab option, which offered an additional 22 inches of cabin space, was first introduced on the Ram as part of an update for the 2006 model year.
The photos show a pre-production Ram 1500 with camouflage covering sections of the cab, the rear tailgate and the rear window. It’s easy to tell the mule has a larger cab than the 2016 Ram 1500 Crew Cab and like Mega Cab Rams, it’s the rear passenger compartment that appears to have benefitted from the extra room.
Photographers also grabbed a shot of the truck’s interior, which appears much like the current truck’s, save for a new Chrysler steering wheel. This could be an indication the Ram lineup will receive FCA’s latest steering wheel design for the 2018 model year in place of the dated wheel in the current version.
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