Mopar has decided to tease two new 2019 Ram 1500-based concepts for the 2018 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show. The event is the premier automotive specialty products trade show in the world and is scheduled to take place October 30 – November 2 in Las Vegas.
The second concept is the Ram 1500 Big Horn “Low Down” Concept. The Ram 1500 Big Horn “Low Down” is Mopar-modified with slammed-to-the-street style and unique, clean exterior flourishes.
The “Low Down” builds off the Ram 1500 Big Horn trim level. The concept features a custom “Brassphault” color palette and the upper body, including the Mopar conceptual performance hood, is custom Gloss Black. The lower body is Billet Silver and a thin Brass Monkey stripe wraps around the Ram, serving as both an accent point and a dividing line. All Ram and Big Horn exterior badging is colored Gloss Black.
The Ram 1500 “Low Down” is dropped two inches closer to the street by a prototype lowering kit, providing a more aggressive stance and appearance. The “Low Down” rides on 22-inch oversized production wheels colored custom Gloss Black with Brass Monkey accents to connect with the exterior color theme. Mopar conceptual wheel flares are smoothed out and painted to match the Billet Silver lower body.
The one-piece Mopar hard tonneau cover stands out in body color Gloss Black as do the 5-inch exhaust tips. Heading inside, Mopar accessories include Mopar all-weather mats, brushed and polished door sill guards with the R-A-M logo and conceptual bright pedal kits.
The “Low Down” packs a 5.7-liter HEMI® V8 engine under the performance hood and is augmented with a Mopar “Ram Airflow” cold-air intake system featuring the R-A-M logo molded at the front.
To see the other Moparized Ram 1500 truck from SEMA, you can click the link HERE.