The Rebel G/T and Laramie G/T each come with 395 hp 5.7-liter Hemi V8 eTorque engines equipped with Mopar Ram Airflow cold-air intakes and cat-back exhaust systems, console and paddle shifters borrowed from the TRX super truck, GT-branded bucket seats, metal pedals, all-weather floormats and unique “sport performance” hoods.
Ram isn’t claiming any power improvement over the standard motors and both models are only available in a crew cab configuration.
The infotainment systems have also been upgraded with Performance Pages functions that can record acceleration times and G-forces along with providing additional gauge readouts.
The off-road focused Rebel G/T comes with all-terrain Goodyear Wrangler tires while the Laramie G/T rides on Goodyear Eagle Touring rubber.
Pricing starts at $57,070 for the Rebel G/T and $57,175 for the Laramie G/T, which will be heading to dealers soon.
Ram’s pickup line is coming off of a surprise showing at the top of the sales charts in the second quarter of 2021.