Ram Rampage Laramie Night Edition: Debut in Brazil

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Ram Rampage Laramie Night Edition
Ram Rampage Laramie Night Edition

Recently revealed to the public, the latest addition to the Ram lineup, the Ram Rampage unibody pickup, now joins the ranks of the 1500 Limited, 2500 Laramie, 3500 Laramie, and Classic Laramie with the introduction of a new Night Edition trim level, showcased at the Agrishow event in Brazil.

The Night Edition, based on the 2024 Ram Rampage Laramie, introduces exclusive enhancements while sharing the stage with other models from the manufacturer’s portfolio during the event, which commenced on April 29 and concludes on May 3.

Upon opening the door of the 2024 Ram Rampage Laramie Night Edition, occupants are greeted with abundant black leather upholstery adorning the seats, door cards, and instrument panels. The interior features a black headliner and speakers, replacing the Mountain Brown leather typically found in the Rampage Laramie.

Ram Rampage Laramie Night Edition
Ram Rampage Laramie Night Edition (Credit: Stellantis Brazil)

Equipped with a host of features, the vehicle includes a 12.3-inch infotainment system with smartphone integration, a 10.3-inch digital gauge cluster, dual-zone climate control, LED ambient lighting, electrically adjustable front seats, and a Harman Kardon audio system with ten speakers and a subwoofer.

Keyless entry and start, along with an array of safety features such as lane departure warning, blind spot monitoring, front collision control with autonomous braking, and adaptive cruise control, are also included in the Ram Rampage Laramie Night Edition.

Powered exclusively by a Hurricane four-cylinder engine, the 2.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine delivers 268 hp (272 ps/200 kW) and 295 pound-foot (400 Nm) of torque through a 9-speed automatic transmission to the all-wheel drive system.

Starting at R$277,990, equivalent to $53,915 at the current exchange rate, the Ram Rampage Laramie Night Edition is priced at RS15,000 ($2,910) higher than the standard Ram Rampage Laramie.

Introduced last year, production of the Rampage commenced at Ram’s Goiana factory in Pernambuco, Brazil. Built on Stellantis’ Small Wide 4×4 LWB platform, the Rampage shares its mechanical underpinnings with other vehicles within the automotive giant’s portfolio, including the Alfa Romeo Tonale, Dodge Hornet duo, Jeep Commander, and Compass. This platform is an evolution of the Small Wide 4×4 architecture utilized by the Jeep Renegade and Fiat 500X.


By Park-Shin Jung

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