Ram introduced the 1500 pickup in the iconic version of Warllock.February 14, 2019
This modification of a full-sized pickup was especially popular in the 70s of the last century. The modern version of Warlock will go on sale at the end of the first quarter of this year at a starting price of $ 37,040.
The press service of the American manufacturer of full-size pickups – the company Ram, reports that the pickup 1500 2019 model year is now represented in the popular in the past century, the performance of Warlock.
Unfortunately, in the new version of the car you will not find such “old school” and certainly cool things like gold wheels, wooden railings of the loading platform or body moldings – these are the features of the exterior that the Warlock version differed in its time from the general flow. The new version of the Ram 1500 nevertheless received its features.
The novelty boasts a unique sports hood. The standard Warlock kit includes bumpers with a special matte finish, a factory elevator 2.54 cm long and distinctive nameplates of an exclusive version.
The pickup received an aggressive false radiator grille with a huge RAM inscription, and its 20-inch rims are painted with semi-gloss black paint. The truck body is made in monochromatic style – it looks very cool.
Under the hood, there will be either a 3.6-liter V6 engine or a 5.7-liter Hemi V8. The Warlock version can be ordered both with a drive on one axis, and immediately on both. An 8-step “automatic” will be offered as a transmission.
“The Ram 1500 classic warlock is proof that the classics never go out of style,” said Reid Bigland, head of the Ram. “With its sinister monochrome appearance, award-winning interior design and great value, this car will surely find a positive response from consumers.”
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