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Ram charges ahead, unveils two new 2022 pickup trucks

The new 2022 Ram pickup trucks expand the manufacturer's lineup.

Continuing its recent expansion of trucks, Ram has announced two new 2022 pickup trucks, the 1500 Laramie G/T and 1500 Rebel G/T.

The models offer customized performance features standard including a cold-end exhaust, cold-air intake, performance pages, paddle shifters and a console-mounted performance floor shifter.

Ram has increased its lineup with two new 2022 pickup trucks.
The manufacturer increased its lineup with two new 2022 pickup trucks.

The 1500 G/T models feature a sport performance hood and G/T decals to distinguish them from the rest of the Rebel and Laramie offerings. A factory-installed cold-end exhaust and cold-air intake, available through Mopar, are also standard.

Two new trucks: New app tools

Performance pages are included on the 2022 1500 G/T as standard equipment and give drivers the tools necessary to become familiar with their vehicle’s performance. The app provides access to real-time vehicle performance information, including timers (such as 0-60 mph elapsed time), g-force, gauges and engine performance. The data can be downloaded to a USB stick.

The new 2022 Ram pickup trucks expand the manufacturer's lineup.
The new 2022 pickup trucks expand the manufacturer’s lineup.

The 1500 G/T models feature a number of firsts for non-TRX models, including paddle shifters, a console-mounted performance shifter and a metal pedal kit. A G/T-specific interior offers bucket seats that feature the G/T logo with high bolsters and all-weather floor mats from Mopar.

The 2022 1500 Laramie G/T and Rebel G/T are available in a Crew Cab configuration with the 5.7-liter V-8 with eTorque mild-hybrid assist.

The 1500 Laramie G/T has a starting manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $55,480; the 2022 1500 Rebel G/T starts at $55,375. Both prices exclude a $1,695 destination fee.

The 2022 1500 Laramie G/T and Rebel G/T will debut at dealerships later this year.

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