The all-new, 2019 RAM 1500 pickup truck has been captured once more by spy photographers, this time showing off the entirety of its shiny new front end with no camouflage print to obscure the nitty-gritty. The new truck will debut at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit later this month, in all likelihood making this the last time we’ll have to rely on illicit pictures to get our fix.
The new spy photos can be seen on the Motor1 website.
The design of the grille is exactly the same as we saw in last month’s batch of spy photos, except this time around, the grille surround, horizontal bars, and RAM emblem are all rendered in chrome. That same chrome finish also covers the front bumper, which on the new truck, features its own separate lower grille. The abundance of the shiny stuff suggests that this could be one of the higher trim levels we’re looking at.
The inserts beneath each headlamp appear to be opaque body color pieces, but because of previous spy shots, we know that they are, in fact, daytime running lights. From what we gather, not all models will feature that same design. Up top, the hood is partly obscured by a vehicle cover, but from what we can see, it looks to have essentially the same sculpture as on the outgoing model.
We’ll have more for you on the all-new, 2019 RAM 1500 after it bows in Detroit this month. In the meantime, be sure to visit Motor1.com to see its nose fully uncovered for the first time.