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Inside and out, Laramie Longhorn is loaded with remarkable features.
"The Ram Laramie Longhorn edition is going to share a driveway with some fine
luxury cars," said Fred Diaz, President and CEO - Ram Truck Brand, Chrysler
Group LLC. "The only difference is the Ram Laramie Longhorn edition is going to
be the vehicle with the fulltime job - towing the horse trailer, taking the crew
to the game, picking up supplies. It's ready to go from the dirt to downtown."
Ram Truck officials unveiled the Laramie Longhorn in the heart of Truck
Country: the State Fair of Texas.
"We took Ram Laramie Longhorn's design
cues from traditionally handcrafted, time-tested wares, such as the antique
pocket watch, a fine pair of hand-tooled leather cowboy boots, a
collector's-grade shotgun or a horseman's saddle," said Ryan Nagode, Design
Program Lead. "The metal work and leather work are second to none."
Ram Laramie Longhorn edition models are prominently
commemorated with distinctive Western-style exterior badges. A chrome metal
Laramie Longhorn edition badge with painted accents is mounted to the tailgate
while eye-catching model-specific (1500, 2500 or 3500) Laramie Longhorn edition
badges adorn the doors.
Laramie Longhorn edition is available in five
color choices, including an exclusive Sagebrush with White Gold exterior paint
treatment unavailable on other Ram models. Matching White Gold lower-body
two-tone, wheel flares, painted front and rear bumpers and Mopar running boards
complement a bright chrome grille and painted tow hooks. Other colors include
Bright White, Brilliant Black Crystal Pearl, Rugged Brown Pearl or Deep Cherry
Red Crystal Pearl. All Laramie Longhorn edition trucks are matched with the
special White Gold accent color.
The Ram 1500 Laramie Longhorn edition is
equipped with 20-inch chrome-clad aluminum wheels, while 2500 and 3500
single-rear-wheel models roll on polished aluminum wheels. Ram 3500 duallies get
polished aluminum wheels with Laramie Longhorn edition-badged center caps.
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