The 2024 Ram Rampage was just unveiled in Brazil, with Stellantis debuting a new, small, unibody pickup set for sale in South America. Although the brief debut video posted yesterday provides a clear look at the pickup’s exterior styling, the cabin was more or less neglected, save for some close-cropped images of the gauge cluster. Now, hot on the heels of yesterday’s debut, GM Authority has fresh shots of the pickup’s interior.
The first thing to grab you should be the massive screen mounted centrally on the dash, which looks to have a sort of upright, “floating” positioning above the center stack. Moving down the center stack, we see black trim surrounding horizontally oriented air vents, while to the left of the vents, there’s a large engine start/stop button surrounded by a soft-touch material.
Moving further to the left, we see the gauge cluster shrouded in a hood covered in material with a large stitched seam running across the top of it. Per the debut video posted yesterday, the Ram Rampage will offer a digital gauge cluster with animation features. Another air vent is located in the leftmost corner of the dash. The steering wheel incorporates a number of thumb-length hard buttons to control various onboard systems, such as cruise control, as well as red stitching.
The seats also incorporate handsome stitching along the seams, plus relatively sporty side bolsters. Looking over the center tunnel between the two front seats, we see more black trim bits, as well as additional hard buttons and a round dial. A pair of cupholders are included as well.
Although Stellantis has yet to provide official confirmation, reports indicate that the Ram Rampage may be sold in North America as well, per statements made by the engineering team indicating that a U.S. counterpart was in development. Back in 2021, GM Authority was the first report that Stellantis scrapped plans to develop a midsize body-on-frame pickup to rival the GMC Canyon and Chevy Colorado.