2019 Ram 3500 Heavy Duty – There appears to be a flurry of activity around Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ Chelsea Proving Grounds in Michigan recently, with our spy professional photographers identifying a like-new Ram Heavy-Duty chassis cab in both eight-lug and 10-lug setups. From the looks of the grille through the camouflage, Ram is most likely keeping the Ram crosshair grille– a minimum of for the industrial side. Due to the fact that the light-duty Ram 1500 is arranged to get an extensive re-engineering and redesign before the HDs, this early HD testing is a little unexpected. Here’s what our spy professional photographers sent us. Newly camouflaged 2019 Ram 3500 Heavy Duty test trucks have actually now been found prowling around FCA’s Innovation Center; all have actually been 3500 four-door chassis cabs, and their whole hood/fender/front-end components are covered in vinyl camouflage. So what offers?
2019 Ram 3500 Heavy Duty
We have actually heard the Ram 1500 is due for a major overhaul, with production supposedly set to begin in January 2018 at a brand-new Michigan plant. The revamped Ram 2500/3500 models are due later that year as 2019 models. There have not been any signs of the next-gen Ram half-ton, so seeing these camouflaged HD designs wonders. Our close-up view of the disguised HD truck running on public roads gives the impression that these are very fresh builds and with spotlessly tidy parts noticeable throughout the undercarriage. A look at components of the front suspension that are noticeable shows some indications of muling compared to the standard 3500 models we were able to take a look at.
While we may be taking a look at some styling modifies designed to get the Ram HD to the all-new 2019 design, the nature of these test trucks looks like we may potentially be taking a look at some early deal with the next-generation models. We’re on the lookout for more disguised trucks to see what direction this testing program is taking.