2019 Ram 1500 Laramie Longhorn Channels Western Style
The new line of Ram trucks was introduced during the 2018 North American International Auto Show held in Detroit, which boasted various technological upgrades such as a large 12-inch infotainment screen and a mild hybrid powertrain.
After the auto show unveiling, Ram is now teasing the Laramie Longhorn, the brand’s more advanced trim level. This new model arrives with LED headlights, branded wood accents inside, and leather seats.
The Laramie Longhorn may be a step down from the Limited pickup, but it shares all its utilitarian components, such as the body shell and the powertrain, along with the rest of the lineup. The level of comfort, however, is its winning piece. Leather and barn-wood accents are stuffed in the car’s interiors. The wood accents were branded with A charred Longhorn logo is branded to its wood accents, creating a rustic western flair to this truck. Parts of the door panels, the seats, the dash, and the center console are all covered with leather.
This Ram chose to boast chrome bumpers on its exterior, paired with adaptive LED headlights. There’s also a brown two-tone paint option for buyers who aren’t fans of chrome bumpers.
While there’s no official pricing for the 1500 yet, there’s reason to believe it might be a bit more costly than the currently available 2018 models.