As expected, because the car was announced few weeks ago, Chrysler unveiled today its most luxurious Ram Truck ever produced: the 2011 Dodge Ram Laramie Longhorn. As you can see from the photos, the new car comes with exclusive Sagebrush with White Gold exterior paint treatment which is not available on other Ram models.
Furthermore, the exterior of the car features matching White Gold lower-body two-tone, wheel flares, painted front and rear bumpers and Mopar running boards. These are complemented by a bright chrome grille and painted tow hooks. New colors are also available such as Bright White, Brilliant Black Crystal Pearl, Rugged Brown Pearl or Deep Cherry Red Crystal Pearl.
All the Laramie Longhorn edition trucks are matched with the special White Gold accent color. The new Laramie Longhorn edition models are commemorated with distinctive Western-style exterior badges.
A chrome metal Laramie Longhorn edition badge with painted accents is mounted to the tailgate while eye-catching model-specific (1500, 2500 or 3500) Laramie Longhorn edition badges adorn the doors. Inside, the new vehicle features a leather interior, engraved details and burled walnut woodgrain surfaces.
According to Chrysler, the new Laramie Longhorn is available with a choice of dark slate gray and russet or bark brown and light pebble beige interior colors. The steering wheel is also wrapped in leather as well as the door trim front and rear.
Chrysler offers two seating options, a sophisticated dark slate gray with premium russet-hued seat leather or a light pebble beige with bark brown seat leather. Ram Laramie Longhorn models will go on sale in the first quarter of 2011. Prices will be announced closer to launch.