The fourth round of the FIM Hard Enduro World Championship was held in Abestone, Italy at the 2nd Annual “Red Bull Abestone”. The event featured mountain ridges and breathtaking valleys across the Italian backdrop. Manuel Lettenbichlet of the KTM team put in a great performance and reached his third consecutive win, after victories at Xross and Erzberg, taking him within striking distance of Billy Bolt at the top of the rankings.
During the weekend, the public was not only able to admire the spectacular performance of the best Enduro riders at this epic race but also got the chance to witness two other stars: the 2022 Ram 1500 Rebel G/T and the 2022 Ram 1500 Laramie Night Edition EcoDiesel. Once again, it marks the second time that the KTM hospitality space showcased the Ram 1500 pickups.
Both trucks were brought to the event by AEC Europe, the official importer of Ram and Dodge products throughout Europe. The company has a network of over 100 dealers in 15 countries, and the specialized dealership OMS Auto.
The Rebel G/T, the Ram 1500 offers a number of features that had been reserved exclusively for the high-performance TRX until now: paddle shifters, a center console-mounted shifter, and a bright pedal kit. The truck also features a Mopar cat-back exhaust for more growl from the 5.7-liter HEMI V8 with the eTorque mild-hybrid system and a Mopar Ram Airflow cold-air intake. The package is rounded out with enveloping seats with the G/T logo. The model on display featured a Flame Red exterior color.
The Laramie Night Edition offers the most a Ram 1500 that can blend work, play, and street appeal, something many European vehicles don’t have. The truck features a 12-inch Uconnect 5 infotainment touchscreen, 900-watt 19-speaker Harman Kardon® audio system, heated and ventilated leather-trimmed 10-way power driver and front passenger seats, and heated leather-wrapped steering wheel. Under the hood is the efficient 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V6 delivering 260 horsepower and 480 lb.-ft. of torque.
It continues to show the commitment in growing the Ram Truck in regions not familiar with the brand.