Ram is an American automotive manufacturing division of Stellantis (formerly Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA). The current Ram vehicle catalog consists of full-size and heavy-duty pickup trucks, commercial vehicle cargo and passenger vans, and chassis cabs/half trucks.
Ram started as a subdivision/sub-brand of Dodge (Dodge Ram), acting as a separate marque for all trucks made by Chrysler (later FCA and then Stellantis). It wasn’t until 2010 that Ram Trucks was established as its own division following Chrysler’s acquisition by Fiat.
Beyond the North American lineup of Ram models (1500, 2500, and 3500), the Ram name is also used to sell a handful of rebranded Fiat small pickup trucks in Mexico and South America, such as the Ram 700 and Ram 1000. Current plans for the Ram brand (and all Stellantis marques) are its push toward achieving a full electrified lineup of EV models over the next several years.
Featured Vehicle: Ram 1500
All Ram Vehicles:
1500 Classic: The fourth-generation design of the 1500 that’s still sold alongside the current 1500 generation
1500 TRX: An off-road and performance-enhanced version of the 1500
Recently Discontinued Vehicles
Dodge Ram: The original marque of current and previous Ram models before Ram Trucks was established in 2010
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