Just like with the Power Wagon in yesterday’s photos, this Ram 3500 is covered with copious amounts of camouflage. You can make out some LED lighting through the front, but that’s about it as far as details go. The fenders appear to sit higher than the current model, though it should still have a bit of a drop from the hood. Though it’s hard to see here, the grille is likely to lose the crosshair design, too. Really, just imagine the new Ram 1500 cranked up a notch or two and you’ll have the new HD lineup.
We don’t know what powertrains the new Ram 3500 will use, but expect a mix of Hemi V8s and Cummins diesels. The new eTorque system might make it’s way over, too, helping provide a slight boost to both torque and efficiency.