Continuing wave collectionat is Ram with the debut of his pickup 2019 1500, sporting a new look that wraps a new frame, trains of improved handling and new and bold cockpit technology.
The 1500 model is based on a new frame built with 98 percent high strength steel to increase the durability and weight of the cut. High strength steel is also used in strategic areas of the body and aluminum forms the hood and tailgate. The frame and body represent approximately 225 pounds of weight savings on.
An updated powertrain line includes a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 and a 5.7-liter Hemi V8 that both operate with a new eTorque soft hybrid system. A belt-driven motor generator, 48-volt lithium-ion battery and brake power regeneration make up the hybrid unit.
The V6 produces 305 horsepower and 269 pound-feet of torque with hybrid components that provide up to 90 lb-ft of additional spin. For the Hemi V8, which generates 395 horses and 410 lb-ft, the hybrid equipment provides up to 130 additional lb-ft of grunt for a short period of time. Both engines are bolted to an updated eight-speed automatic transmission.
With the Hemi engine, the maximum payload of the 1500 increases to 2,300 pounds and maximum towing capacities to 12,750 pounds.
For diesel fans, a Ram spokesman confirmed that it is in the plans, but will not appear until later in the 2019 calendar year. Once alone in the light segment, the eventual diesel model of the 1500 will have to compete against the new oil-burning offers fromand from Chevy.  Additional improvement of the excellent driving quality of the latest generation 1500 with five-link rear coil suspension are new shock absorbers. A four-corner pneumatic suspension also continues as an option for customers seeking superior driving and handling.
Visually, the truck features a new Ram badge and insignia, while the company's cross-shaped grill finally shuts down. Six new grids that differ between trim levels will be available along with no less than 16 new wheel designs. The sheet metal consists of a new bulging hood, bonnet emblems and taller stringers on a truck that is slightly wider and about 4 inches taller than the outgoing model in quadruple and double cab configurations.
RamThe models are distinguished from the rest of the line with operating hood vents, powder-coated steel bumpers, anti-skid plates and specific 18-inch wheels wrapped with Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac tires .
The longer frame mentioned above also allows a more spacious cabin. boasting a new elevated central stack that is placed closer to the driver. Available is the FCA fourth-generation Uconnect system and a new 12-inch touch screen with split-screen capabilities. The massive screen is oriented to portrait style, like Tesla or Volvo, and you can run two applications at the same time.and are standard, while navigation with 3D map graphics, 4G Wi-Fi hotspot and a Harman Kardon sound system with 19 speakers are available as options
Ram is claiming a class-leading interior storage space that is twice the competition with a configurable 12-way center console. Comfort and convenience come courtesy of up to five USB ports, two 115-volt power outlets, optional wireless charging pad, and heated and cooled rear seats with backrests that recline up to 8 degrees.
On the security front, the new Ram can be equipped with a 360 degree camera, rear cross traffic alert, adaptive cruise control with stop and go, frontal collision warning, lane maintenance assistance and monitoring blind point.
The 2019 Ram 1500 will reach distributors during the first quarter of 2018. Pricing details are not yet available, but the currentstarts at around $ 28,000.