Ram Trucks has revealed its new Heavy Duty 2500 and 3500 full-size pick-ups at the Detroit motor show, with the pair confirmed for an Australian debut next year.
The gargantuan Ram models have undergone a significant refresh for the new year, offering new engine options, updated styling and a modernised interior.
Local Ram Trucks spokesperson Edward Rowe confirmed the updated pick-ups will replace the current 2500/3500 in 2020.
While three engine options will be available in the United States, Mr Rowe confirmed the Australian market will only get the top-spec 6.7-litre Cummins turbo-diesel in-line six, which produces 298kW at 2800rpm and 1356Nm from 1800rpm.
That translates to a 13kW/95Nm output hike over its predecessor, however the new engine is also 27 kilograms lighter thanks to new pistons as well as a reworked cylinder head and exhaust manifold.
On the inside, the vehicles benefit from a new instrument panel, a 7.0-inch multi-information display, push-button start, active noise cancellation and a new climate control system. A reversing camera is standard, displayed on either a 12.0-, 8.4- or 5.0-inch screen.