2023 Ram Rampage – Ram’s Entry-Level Pickup “Rampage” Set to Debut in Brazil.
Ram, a Stellantis-owned company, is set to unveil its long-awaited entry-level pickup truck, potentially named Rampage, in Brazil.
The truck has been designed by teams in Brazil and the United States and is expected to have a unibody architecture, falling towards the lower end of Ram’s lineup.
Body Design of the Ram’s Rampage Pickup Truck
Ram’s teaser film suggests that the Rampage will borrow some design elements from the full-size 1500 model.
The truck will feature a notable “RAM” emblem on the grille, headlights that resemble those on 1500, an integrated spoiler in the tailgate, and a sculpted hood with “RAM TURBO” logos on both sides.
While the interior remains undisclosed, it is expected that the model shown in the video is an upscale trim level, with the base model having a more straightforward appearance.
Unibody Architecture and Expected Dimensions of Rampage Pickup Truck
With a unibody structure, the Rampage pickup truck will measure approximately 197 inches long, 73 inches wide, and 71 inches tall.
The Ford Maverick, which also features a unibody architecture, measures around 200 inches long, 73 inches wide, and 69 inches tall.
Front-wheel drive will likely come standard, with all-wheel drive available at an additional cost on select trim levels.
Engine Specs of Rampage Pickup Truck
Although Ram has not released official specs for the Rampage pickup truck, the company claims it will have “unrivaled power.”
Mopar Insiders, an enthusiast website, predicts that the Rampage will initially come equipped with a 2.0-liter turbodiesel four-cylinder engine, with a 2.0-liter turbo-four gasoline engine available later in the production run.
Expected Availability of Rampage Pickup Truck
Ram is set to provide additional information about the Rampage pickup truck in the coming weeks, with sales in Brazil expected to begin by the end of 2023.
While it is unclear whether the vehicle will be sold in the United States, Ram has emphasized that the Rampage was “developed in partnership with the United States.”