Mopar showed off its accessories for the new Ram 1500 pickup at the Chicago Auto Show before the new truck even hits dealer lots. The brawny Mopar 1500 is designed to give you an idea of what your Ram can look like with a healthy dose of factory accessories. Off-road-ready beadlock wheels compliment the 2-inch lift kit and off-road fender flares, and while the 2-inch lift might not sound like a lot, the extra height adds even more presence to an already big pickup.
Based on a 2019 Ram 1500 Big Horn Sport, the accessorized Ram shows off production versions of the Ram Rack, Mopar cast aluminum running boards and 18-inch off-road wheels with color-matched beadlock trim rings. If you’re wondering if you’ve seen that Ram Rack before — you have. It made its first appearance in 2016 on the Ram Macho Power Wagon concept that debuted at the SEMA show.
The Mopar Ram also sports a cat-back exhaust with massive 5-inch dual exhaust tips and a Mopar cold-air intake system. The folks at Mopar didn’t make any claims about a horsepower bump from the exhaust and intake, so it’s safe to say the Ram still churns out 395 hp and 410 lb-ft of torque. That said, we’re sure it helps the truck’s aural performance. Finishing off the Mopar concept is a set of Katzkin leather seats embroidered with Ram logos.
While you can’t order a new Ram pickup, you can picture what Mopar parts you want to buy before you even step foot into a showroom. Granted, we don’t yet know how much these parts will set you back, but we’re sure a Ram dealer would be happy to install all the Mopar parts you want before you take delivery.