Discussion in 'Mopar / FCA News' started by Dave Z, Sep 28, 2017.
Holy geez what a bleh interior.
It doesn’t in the pictures either. I wonder if it’s just more centered than before, but not totally centered.
That cluster gauge looks really sad and depressing to look at.
As ridiculous as this sounds, sometimes i wonder if the big three get together and collude their lineups.
If you get aluminium, we get the first small diesel.
If you get the newest breakthrough exterior styling, we get the best interior styling.
or across portfolio
if you get 707 hp we get a magnetic suspension.
If that was the case, then the 2013 Ram 1500 got the best of the deal when think back to how in one year it got a huge jump on the competition...
One could also argue we paid that 2013 jump forward. Or, after tomorrow some might argue we are now paying it back !
I identify one can easily argue my post is ridiculous, likely it is.
BTW i miss Sam Elliot.
By today’s standards, that is one ridiculously bland gauge cluster.
I watched a video that TFL done while they were at the Chevy reveal. While inside the truck with one of the keynote speakers, they mentioned that the steering wheel was no longer off center. The speaker did say it was no longer the case and went into detail telling how it was allowed to happen. That being said....is it just me, or does it still look off center?
I was going to say the same thing. Looks early 2000's Hyundai ish.
Definitely doesn't look centered to me.
Having watched Diaz. Last nights Chevy characters unveiling their product.
I have been wondering who will carry the torch for the RAM unveiling ?
Personally i hope its not Manley.
Bigland has been silenced IMO since the scandal.
I'm sure we would all love to listen to Kuniskis or Gilles.
@redriderbob any insight ?
They asked about the sunroof and asked why there was a panoramic one like the competition, the rep looked like he was going to kick him out of the truck...
Pretty sad, but I guess it's hard to say that they never built a panoramic sunroof in the structure of the cab and chassis.
Why wouldn’t it be Manley? He’s head of RAM/Jeep.
Reid Bigland is head of Alfa/Maserati. Tim Kuniskis is head of NAFTA passenger car brands (Chrysler/Jeep). Ralph Gilles is global head of design.
It’ll be Mike Manley tomorrow unveiling DT.
Mike Manley he is the CEO of the Ram brand.
Or Jim Morrison who leads the Ram brand under Manley.
Thats Jim Morrison
Insert "the doors" joke here...
OK back to the hammers...
The Hart is the TRX. Amirite?! Hello? Hello? /crickets...