Ram Truck today announced both a new and a returning option package that will have truck enthusiasts knocking at their dealers’ doors.
The first is a new 2017 limited-edition Ram 1500 Rebel Mojave Sand package.
This is the first time Mojave Sand exterior paint has been available on a Ram truck model and is exclusive to the limited production Rebel. In addition to the new body color, the new Rebel package includes a black-decaled performance hood and a new, unique fully black interior.
The new black Rebel interior features black anodized bezels on the doors, center console, instrument panel and gauge cluster trim rings. All-black seats with black embroidery replace Radar Red seat backs and embroidery. Light Slate Gray accent stitching traces the instrument panel, center console lid, doors and seats. Deep rubber floor mats are embossed with gray Ram’s head logos.
The Ram 1500 Rebel Mojave Sand limited edition is available in Rebel configurations and options. The Ram 1500 Rebel Mojave Sand starting MSRP is $45,590 plus $1,320 destination. Mojave Sand production is limited to 1,500 units, which will start arriving in dealerships in December 2016.
Ram will also reintroduce a limited run of Ram 1500 Ignition Orange Sport models.
In addition to their vivid monochromatic exterior hue with body-color grille, 2017 Ram 1500 Ignition Orange models feature a Sport performance hood with black decals, black Ram’s head grille badge, black tailgate badge and black body-side badges.
Interior treatments for the Ignition Orange Sport include “Copperhead” accent stitching throughout the cabin, Sport embroidery on the seats, accent-color Ram’s head embroidery on the headrests and colored-accent sport mesh on the seat inserts. Anodized Orange-painted spears and trim rings complete the interior.
Only 1,500 units of the bright-orange 2017 Ram 1500 Sports will be produced.
The Ram 1500 Ignition Orange Sport package is limited to Crew Cab V-8 models with a starting MSRP of $43,740 plus $1,320 destination. The trucks are arriving in dealerships now.