2022 Ram 1500 Laramie G/T and Rebel G/T

The G/T trims include addition like a performance hood, cold-end exhaust, and a console-mounted shifter, amongst other things

Ram has introduced G/T models for the 1500 Laramie and the 1500 Rebel that come with aesthetic upgrades and an updated exhaust system

On the outside, the Laramie G/T and the Rebel G/T come with a performance hood that distinguish them from their standard counterparts

They also come with G/T decals on the side of the truck bed

The Ram 1500 Laramie G/T and the Rebel G/T come with a factory-installed cold-end exhaust and cold-air intake as standard

Also, the G/T trims will be available only in the CrewCab configuration

Inside the cabin, you get a lot of new additions. These trims come with bucket seats with G/T logo on them

It also comes with all-weather floor mats, metal pedal kit, and paddle shifters

Ram has also offered performance pages that includes exhaustive performance and drive-related data, like the real-time performance, 0-60 mph sprint times, g-force, etc.

The highlight, however, has got to be the console-mounted gear shifter that comes in place of the knob shifter

These trims will be available only with the 5.7-liter, V-8 HEMI engine with the eTorque mild-hybrid system. It makes 410 horses and 395 pound-feet of torque

Ram has announced the pricing for these trims. They are priced at $57,070 for the Rebel G/T, and $57,175 for the Laramie G/T. This includes destination

The Rebel G/T and the Laramie G/T are $3,460 and $8,255 pricier than their respective non-G/T counterparts with the same body and engine configuration

The 2022 Ram 1500 Laramie G/T and Rebel G/T go on sale in the third quarter of 2021

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