Ram Truck unveils new 2015 Laramie Limited
At the Chicago Auto Show, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Ram Truck brand is unveiling the 2015 Ram Laramie Limited, which will set a new benchmark in truck opulence.
The 2015 Ram Laramie Limited will apparently be a "black-tie" luxury alternative to the well-liked Laramie Longhorn edition pickup, thanks largely to its eye-catching interiors which include all-black, full-leather seating; real wood interior components; Argento wood; leather-wrapped steering wheel; and unique badges.
So far as the exterior of the 2015 Ram Laramie Limited is concerned, the truck will come with some noteworthy exterior enhancements like a chrome bumper, an all-new grille, a body-color front fascia with fog lamps, and new multi-surface 20-inch fully-polished aluminum six-spoke wheels.
The Ram 1500 Laramie Limited is scheduled to hit the markets on June 30; with Ram to offer the package on its Ram 2500 and Ram 3500 heavy-duty pickups by fall this year. The truck will be available in seven exterior color options --- Brilliant Black, Bright Silver Metallic, Pearl White, Red Pearl, True Blue Pearl, Maximum Steel Metallic, and Granite Crystal Metallic.
Though Ram has not yet disclosed the pricing of the 2015 Ram Laramie Limited, Ryan Nagode - chief interior designer for Ram - said in reference to the new truck: "We wanted something that was very high-end, but the opposite of Western. We want the driver to forget that there is a truck bed in the back."
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