2021 Ram “Built To Serve” Editions Revealed
2021 Ram “Built To Serve” For Sale
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Ram is paying tribute to the U.S. military with several special-edition Ram 1500 pickups. Celebrating the active service members and veterans who make up seven percent of the U.S. population, the 2021 Ram 1500 “Built to Serve” editions come complete with unique paint colors and patriotic design cues.
“Ram continues to honor all of those who serve or have served in the United States armed forces with distinction through our latest ‘Built to Serve’ offering. The ‘Built to Serve’ adage is something Ram truck owners, whether civilian or military, are very familiar with as it’s something we strive to build into every truck and van we produce,” said Mike Koval Jr., Head of Ram Brand, FCA North America.
Are all branches represented in the “Built To Serve” Ram 1500 trucks?
Yes, 2000 Army-styled Ram 1500 units will be made with Gator and Diamond Black Crystal paint jobs; 2000 Navy trucks will be made in Ceramic Gray and Patriot Blue; The Air Force is represented by Anvil color (1,250 units) and Billet Silver Metallic (1,500 units); The Coast Guard is getting 500 each of Spitfire and Bright White paint colors; And, just announced for the Marines, are 2000 units available in Tank or Flame Red.
What other features do the “Built To Serve” editions offer?
Other features potential buyers can count on are a United States flag decal, a “Built to Serve” decal on both of the rear quarter panels, 20-inch aluminum wheels with an edition-exclusive Technical Gray finish. On the outside, the latest “Built to Serve” editions features an all-black grille and black-bezel premium lighting, and black bumpers. Other complementary accents to the blacked-out design include black badges, dual four-inch black exhaust tips, and black wheel-to-wheel side steps.
What interior features do the “Built To Serve” editions offer?
Owners can continue to display their military pride inside the cabin with “Built to Serve” embroidered Velcro panels not only on the front seat, but also on the front of each seat’s inboard shoulder panel. The idea is for owners to apply their own identifying signage, be they patches, flags, slogans, or tapes.
Inside the cab, look for “Built to Serve” badging on the instrument panel, Black Onyx Chrome trim, and bolstered cloth and vinyl seats with “Built to Serve” Velcro panels. Contrast color stitching also spices up the interior.
What sort of drivetrain do the “Built To Serve” editions offer?
The Ram 1500 4×4 Off-Road Group comes standard on all the “Built To Serve” models. This package brings along all-terrain tires, an electronic-locking rear axle, beefy front and rear shock absorbers, transfer case and fuel tank skid plates, and tow hooks.