When it comes to factory-controlled modifications, only a few do better than the Mopar division of FCA. Just look at all the equipment that is ready for the new Jeep Gladiator pick-up from 2020. In the past month or so we have seen the debut of the cabin platforms of the models Ram 2500 Heavy Duty and 3500, 4500 and 5500. At the end of the 2019 Chicago Auto Show, FCA unveiled a whole range of Mopar parts for the heavy-duty Rams.
The display truck is a 20125 Ram 2500 Heavy Duty Big Horn with the 6.4-liter Hemi made up in FCA's Blue Streak paint. Most parts will be ready at the launch, although Mopar says that some are only concepts at the moment. The actual components include a black powder-coated "Ram Bar" in the bed with five 5-inch LED lights. The lights are activated by a switch box in the cab. Other Mopar parts on the truck are a step-up and mud guards and interior parts such as rubber floor mats and stainless steel door handles.
The truck is also equipped with a number of parts that are not actually available. The same applies to the 17-inch beadlock wheels with Goodyear tires. There are also rock rails and a bed-mounted reserve that accounts for up to 37-inch tires.
Outside the truck, Mopar will have a number of parts available at the launch of the 2500 & # 39; s. Customers can get a trailer camera, fifth wheel, gooseneck ball set, bed extension, bedliner, ramp, tool boxes and more.