Eye-Catching Ram 1500 Sublime Sport And Rebel Blue Streak Bow In NY

Ram has just presented two bold and very distinctive special edition 1500s at the New York Auto Show.

The first, dubbed the Ram 1500 Sublime Sport, is painted in a bright shade of green and includes black stripes, a set of black 22-inch wheels and a host of black badges. This package will be restricted to just 3,000 units and available exclusively on the Crew Cab V8 models with prices starting at $47,135.

As for the second model, it is dubbed the Rebel Blue Streak and as the name implies, is a variant of the off-road focused Ram 1500 Rebel. Beyond the obvious blue paint, the special edition also includes black wheels, a matte black front grille and black badging. Additionally, it includes blacked-out elements on the center console, gauge cluster, instrument panel and doors.

Even though the variant makes the Ram 1500 look particularly special, the option is available at no extra charge.

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  • Zandit75

    This is the true Blue Streak……
    http://takaratomymall.jp/img/goods/5/4904810827825.jpg

    • Tumbi Mtika

      And that is shit (referring to the truck).

      • Carmaker1

        Oh really? Based on what? Even myself as a Raptor owner, I can respect their effort somewhat.

        • Tumbi Mtika

          “effort”.

          And please, let us enjoy our nostalgia.

  • SteersUright

    How cheap is FCA group, seriously?!?!! Do they think Americans are so dumb they can just rehash and rehash the same old products and we’ll keep buying them? The RAM hasn’t had a significantly all-new model since…? I actually dont remember. The 300C, once considered one of the biggest industry success stories, has been overhauled…never. And on and on. FCA, not that you care, but you will eventually kill Chrysler, Dodge, and RAM just like you did the Viper, if you keep showing these brands such little investment-dollar-love. Unless, of course, FCA is secretly totally broke, then their cheapo plan makes some sense but, would be kinda scary for the brands they own.

  • Craig

    RAM is the nicest looking of all full-sized pickup trucks. Inside and out.

    • When it doesn’t have this stupid plastic grille sure. Otherwise just looks stupid, like a lost fish.

  • The blue one catches my eye but not in a good way.

  • Tumbi Mtika

    Still not a Raptor.

    No matter how blue you make it.

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