Mopar actually deals with tuning Chrysler models. Chrysler's economic value development has led Mopar to also tune other models of the group and so the Dodge Ram 1500 was born.
(Photos: Mopar Tuning)
The object of desire is a 2013 Dodge Ram 1500 that Mopar introduced some time ago. But we found the Ram very impressive and decided to take up the topic again here.
The most important point is of course the increase in performance! Good news: The Dodge Ram 1500 has been pushed hard by Mopar.
Bad news: Nobody knows how much power the ram has now! Mopar does not reveal it and only discloses the performance data if there is a specific interest. One thing should be clear, the 6,4-liter V8 with original 398PS should have at least 500+ PS.
The exterior of the Dodge Ram 1500 was made even more beefy by Mopar than it is from the factory. The radiator grille has been modified and two scoops with chrome inserts have been placed on the hood. The front of the Ram looks even more beefy and massive.
Mopar has also lowered the Dodge Ram 1500 a bit and installed tires and brakes from the SRT line. The paintwork was styled with double silver stripes and forms a good contrast to the blue of the car. The 22 inch rims in black and the loading area painted in the color of the vehicle are also visually striking. The interior has also been changed and so numerous Mopar logos have their place, including elegant ambient lighting.