This year Detroit Motor Show was dedicated to many truck launches. Even so, few were the cars that were ready to go out in the dirt. The new Ram 1500 Rebel is one of the cars ready to impress when it comes to off-road adventures.
The car was designed especially for difficult terrain and features some aesthetic details that are recommended for such experiences. Outside, the Ram 1500 Rebel comes with a new radiator grille, new black off-road front bumper design with a durable powder-coated surface, silver skid plate, new front tow hooks and new LED fog lamps.
Black bezel bi-functional projector headlamps with LED marker lights lie beneath an aluminum, twin-snorkel sport hood. The new trim features a two-tone paint scheme with black as a constant on the lower body, front to rear. The Ram 1500 Rebel features an all-new 17-inch aluminum wheel.
The Rebel’s trail-running capability gets a boost with 1.0-inch raised ride height. Bilstein supplies front and rear shocks with unique tuning and a new steering calibration. Beefy 33-inch Toyo Open Country A/T all-terrain tires are mounted to the all-new 17-inch silver and black cast aluminum wheels. Rebel is available exclusively as a crew cab model with 5-ft. 7-inch bed length. Both 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 and 5.7-liter HEMI powertrains are offered.
Inside, the Ram Rebel was equipped with special seats, covered in high-durability technical grain vinyl, finished in Radar Red and Black with Sedoso fabric inserts embossed with the Toyo tire tread pattern, matching the Rebel’s actual footprint. Standard heated front seats feature Light Diesel Gray accent stitching, Radar Red Ram’s head embroidery on the headrests and Black with Light Diesel Gray Rebel nameplate embroidered on upper seat bolsters.