The Latest Ram Trucks “Built to Serve Edition” Pickup Was Unveiled

September 25th, 2020 by

Ram Trucks is back with its “Built to Serve Edition” pickups, with the third installment honoring the Air Force slate to enter production In October (2020) at the brand’s Sterling Heights Assembly Plant in Michigan. This latest launch signifies the continuation of the truck maker’s dedication to celebrating America’s armed forces with five land, sea and air-based themed variants of the brand’s popular Ram 1500 pickup lineup. Inspired by the Air Force, this third iteration of “Built to Serve Edition” trucks feature an aeronautical-inspired theme with Billet Silver and Anvil exterior color options, along with a black interior and black upholstery with Light Diesel Gray accent stitching.

“Ram continues to honor all of those who serve or have served in the United States armed forces with distinction through our latest ‘Built to Serve’ offering. The ‘Built to Serve’ adage is something Ram truck owners, whether civilian or military, are very familiar with as it’s something we strive to build into every truck and van we produce,” said Mike Koval Jr., Head of Ram Brand, FCA — North America.

The arrival of the third installment of the “Built to Serve Edition” pickups also coincides with the 73rd anniversary of the U.S. Air Force. Ram Trucks plans to continue launching a new “Built to Serve Edition” pickup representing a different air, land, or sea-based military branch every three months — the last debut was back in June (2020). In addition, each of the existing five U.S. military branches have been (or will be) honored by Ram with two particular exterior paint options that match the history, the mission, and the spirit of the respective service branch. Each time Ram launches a new “Built to Serve Edition” model, the brand offers a low-volume paint option that’s exclusive to this particular program.

Other features potential buyers can count on the “Built to Serve Edition” trucks to include is a United States flag decal, a “Built to Serve” decal on both of the rear quarter panels, 20-inch aluminum wheels with an edition-exclusive Technical Gray finish and much more. On the outside, the latest “Built to Serve Edition” features an all-black grille and surround, black-bezel premium lighting, and black bumpers. Other complementary accents to the blacked-out design include black badges, dual four-inch black exhaust tips, and black wheel-to-wheel side steps.

Owners can continue to display their military pride inside the cabin with “Built to Serve”-embroidered Velcro panels not only on the front seat, but also on the front of each seat’s inboard shoulder panel. The idea is for owners to apply their own patches, be they reginamental, flags, slogans, or tapes — all in the name of personalization.

Additional Ram 1500 “Built to Serve Edition” Features:

  • All-Weather rubber slush mats
  • Cloth and vinyl Sport seats
  • Black Onyx Chrome interior
  • An optional lockable console storage
  • “Built to Serve” badge on the instrument panel

Owners can have peace of mind that their “Built to Serve Edition” pickup is ready to conquer roads less traveled thanks to the Off-Road Group content, which includes:

  • Hill-descent control
  • Front suspension skid plate
  • All-terrain tires
  • A fuel tank skid plate
  • Tow Hooks
  • Steering gear skid plate
  • An electronic-locking rear axle
  • A transfer case skid plate
  • Calibrated off-road front and rear shock absorbers

Ram “Built to Serve Edition” pickups are available with all body styles and all powertrains. Reach out to us via Miami Lakes Ram social media if you’ve got any questions regarding the “Built to Serve Edition” pickups Also check out the previous “Built to Serve Edition” Ram 1500 trucks that launched earlier this year, and visit us atMiami Lakes Automallfor further information.

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