FCA Looks Back At The Past With New 2021 Ram Power Wagon 75th Anniversary Edition

FCA is celebrating the 75th birthday of the Ram Power Wagon with a new special edition aptly named the Ram Power Wagon 75th Anniversary.

Launched for the 2021 model year with an MSRP of $65,250, excluding a $1,695 destination and handling charge plus dealer fees, it will arrive in showrooms before the end of the year.

“The 2021 Ram Power Wagon is the most capable production off-road truck in the industry”, the brand’s chief Mike Koval Jr said. “There are few vehicles with as long and as rich a history as the Power Wagon and, combined with our new Ram 1500 TRX, the launch of the 75th Anniversary Edition reinforces Ram Truck’s position as the off-road truck leader.”

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Setting it apart from the rest of the range are the black grille with a RAM badge in gunmetal, glossy black headlamp surrounds, diamond black door, rock rails with side-step capability, special tailgate graphics and bespoke ‘Power Wagon 75 Years of Service’ logo on the sides. It sits on new 17-inch wheels wrapped in 33-inch tires.

The truck is available in mono- and dual-tone paint finishes including Molten Orange, Anvil, Bright White, Olive Green, Flame Red, Delmonico Red, Hydro Blue, Patriot Blue, Granite Crystal Metallic, Billet Silver Metallic and Maximum Steel Metallic.

The front sports seats, brown leather upholstery, ‘Power Wagon 75’ logo and door inserts, glossy black instrument panel inserts, badges on the central console and dashboard, dark brushed aluminum radio surround with piano black silverline accents and others are also standard. Moreover, it features a 12-inch infotainment system, Harman Kardon premium audio, 360-degree camera system, Off-Road Packages showing the ride height, pitch and roll, transfer case position and accessory gauges.

The Power Wagon features a 12,000 lbs (5,443 kg) winch, electronic transfer case, factory lift kit, unique suspension set-up, electronic disconnecting front sway bar and locking front and rear differentials.

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Updated: November 10, 2020 — 7:55 pm

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