2020 Ram 2500/3500 Plow Rigs: Spied


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2020 Ram 2500/3500 Plow Rigs: SpiedPosted by Mark Williams | February 1, 2018

With the all-new light-duty 2019 Ram 1500 recently revealed at the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, we know the redesigned Ram heavy-duty pickup trucks will not be far behind. In fact, our spy photographers have been seeing some covered Ram 2500/3500s that are likely to have many of the same styling cues we've already seen. Here's what they've just sent us after spotting fully camouflaged HDs equipped with snowplows on Michigan streets.

"Previously seen Ram HD test trucks were captured on film running in mule form, with only camouflaged front ends, but the Ram HD prototype caught testing here has its body fully covered in camouflage, suggesting that more extensive changes are in store for the heavy-duty truck lineup. The frontal camouflage differs somewhat from what we've seen on the mules, indicating that bigger design changes may also be applied to the front end. The plow blocks a straight-on look at the prototype's grille, so it's hard to make any judgments about the nature of its redesigned face.

"One thing that is for certain is this prototype's heavy-duty specifications, with its eight-lug bolt pattern and different stance compared to the Ram 1500.

"Development programs for the 2019 Ram 1500 and the overhauled Ram HD have been running side by side at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles headquarters, but the HD program was reportedly pushed back one year, putting the all-new 1500 ahead of the curve. With these latest shots of the production-bodied Ram HD prototype testing on Michigan streets, we can now say that the 2020 Ram HD has officially taken a big step toward a production reality."

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Looking through the mesh on that close up picture it appears the next HD's might get different headlights than the 1500's.

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