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Ramcharger returning? and Jeep Spirit (updated with real Ramcharger image)

by David Zatz on

The Ramcharger is coming back, but not in quite the same way you may have expected.

The original Ramcharger was a two-door, truck-based sport-utility; the new one is not a four-door SUV, nor a Durango clone, but a wireless charging pad.

Artist’s rendering of what we had actually expected

Allpar member HemiDakota found the trademark application for “Wireless charging pad for smartphones incorporated as an integral part of a motor vehicle.” The company filed for the trademark on August 1, 2018. It’s a pretty snazzy name for a gadget which most people don’t know Chrysler has offering for years.

Ryan Dodd updated our story with a photo of an actual Ramcharger (above).

As for Jeep Spirit, the filing took place on July 17; don’t expect a new car (despite the old Eagle Spirit), because it was filed for T-shirts. Apparently, the company created a Jeep Spirit T-shirt design back in 2015, and is trademarking it now.

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