Who says the days of big horsepower are over? Don’t tell that to Chrysler’s parts arm Mopar. It’s preparing a SEMA version for the newly launched 2009 Dodge Ram 1500. When creating this special concept, the development team wanted this Ram to be something a customer could actually recreate with nothing more than a new Ram, a Mopar Accessories catalog, and a credit card.

Under the hood is the improved-for-2009 stock 5.7-liter HEMI engine pushing a 390 horsepower. The drivetrain utilizes the stock five-speed automatic fitted with a high-stall torque converter that feeds the power to a set of 4.10 rear gears. Dodge estimates the run from 0 to 60 mph to take about 5.6 seconds.

The special Ram R/T includes a Mopar dual snorkel aluminum hood, cold air intake, dual exhaust, and carbon fiber accent stripes. The suspension is dropped and the stance looks even more hunkered down thanks to the chin spoiler, and body kit that includes sill and box pieces. Rolling stock (285/45R22 front and 305/40R22 rear) spin on a set of concept 22-inch machine-face wheels with dark accent pockets produced by Alcoa.


Source: The Car Connection

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  (462) posted on 05.10.2010

It comes with a new body kit, 22 Alcoas rims, hard tonneau cover, an integrated spoiler and an LED lighting system.

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