During the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show, Fiat-Chrysler was focused on one thing: Jeep. Jeep Wrangler, to be exact. However, roaming around LA’s busy streets was another vehicle.
Spy shots show what appears to be a next-generation Ram 2500 testing in a convoy of 2018 JL Wranglers. It’s larger than the Ram 1500 mules we’ve seen and doesn’t appear to hide identical design cues. Unlike the first prototype spotted of the Ram 2500, this one doesn’t appear to have the traditional Ram crosshair grille, however. We can also see a set of LED taillights at the rear. Elsewhere, the camouflage does its job.
Not much else is known about the Ram 2500 at this point. We do believe it will show face after the 2019 Ram 1500 debuts in Detroit next month. The 1500 will likely indicate what to expect for the 2500 model to some degree. We’ve spotted the Ram 1500 nearly uncovered and it’s in for what some may call a rather conservative redesign minus the crosshair grille. We’ll certainly stay tuned and will have more information leading up to the 2018 North American International Auto Show.
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