Stellantis just revealed the new Ram Rampage in Brazil, pulling the sheets on a small unibody pickup. The new Rampage made splashdown in a brief preview video showing the truck’s design, with various company executives providing comments in Portuguese and English. The new Ram Rampage will go on sale in South America, where it will rival the Chevy Montana.
In terms of the front exterior design, the Ram Rampage draws inspiration for the brand’s larger body-on-frame Ram 1500 pickup, with horizontally oriented headlamp clusters mounted in the upper edges of the front fascia and a wide central grille section. The Ram logo is placed high and center in the grille, while a pair of hood bumps run longitudinally towards the windshield. The headlights incorporate C-shaped lighting signatures.
Further details revealed include C-shaped lighting signatures for the taillights and black badging throughout. The new reveal also shows off a digital gauge cluster that provides engine rpm on the left and vehicle speed on the right, as well as what looks to be animations. Notably, the gauge cluster appears to show engine redline set around 4,500 rpm to 5,000 rpm. For now, full engine specs are still forthcoming.
GM Authority spy photographers caught the Ram Rampage testing in May, while a series of teaser images were released in April. While the pickup is poised for sale in South America, there’s a chance it may be sold in North America as well, per statements made by the engineering team behind the project indicating that a U.S. counterpart was indeed in development. As GM Authority was the first to report, Stellantis scrapped its plans to develop a midsize body-on-frame pickup to rival the Chevy Colorado and GMC Canyon in 2021.
General Motors currently does not offer a unibody pickup for sale in the U.S., although it does offer the all-new 2023 Chevy Montana in South America. The new Montana will be sold in Mexico later this year.