Luxury Pickup Truck Ram Laramie Longhorn Gets New RV Match Brown Two-Tone Color Option

Mar 24, 2017 05:00 AM EDT | Yen Palec


Pickup trucks are usually synonymous with performance, durability and ruggedness. It is somewhat rare for trucks to be associated with luxury. In this particular market is where the Ram Laramie Longhorn made established its name.

The Laramie Longhorn brand is known for its upscale series of trucks. Premium materials like leather as well as a classy design philosophy are what define this impressive set of trucks. Currently, the Laramie Longhorn model is available in Bright Silver two-tone color option.

Ram brand head Mike Manly said in a statement, "The Ram Laramie Longhorn has deservedly become the world's benchmark for upscale, capable pickup trucks."

Ram recently announced that it is expanding its Laramie Longhorn brand with the introduction of the two-tone RV Match Brown color. What is impressive about this particular color combination is that it matches the color choice frequently used on the exterior of RV trailers.

Standard non-two-tone paint options are still available. Additionally, the two-tone RV option can be matched to nine exterior options. These colors are Bright Silver, Black Forest Green, Brilliant Black Crystal, Bright White, Maximum Steel, Delmonico Red, Pearl White, and True Blue, according to Car Buzz.

The Ram Laramie Longhorn is still available in three trim options: 1500, 2500, and 3500, Fiat Chrysler Authority reported. There is also a long list of upgrades including those made on the tail and headlamps, unique wheel and grille designs, heated and cooled seats. The luxury truck will also get a premium Cattle Tan leather and Fiat Chrysler's UConnect infotainment system.

The 2500 and 3500 Heavy Duty Laramie Longhorn models can also be configured to have the new 6.4-liter HEMI V8 engine. This same engine option is also available for the Limited model.

Ram confirmed that the Laramie Longhorn that wears the new RV Match Brown color option will be available within the second quarter of this year. The company has yet to reveal the official price tag of the luxury truck.

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