Every three months, Ram is honoring a different branch of the U.S. armed forces with a new limited edition “Built To Serve” truck. This time, the Ram 1500 Built To Serve honors the incredible men and women of the Air Force, coming in two unique colors and interior designs. Previously revealed editions honored the Army with Gator and Diamond Black exterior colors, while the Navy was represented by Ceramic Gray and Patriot Blue.
Limited to 1,000 units of each color, the Ram 1500 Built To Serve Air Force Edition will be available in Anvil and Billet Silver. If Anvil sounds familiar, that’s because it’s the same color on the Ram TRX Launch Edition. If you missed out on the Anvil color with the already sold out TRX Launch Edition, here’s another opportunity. Like all Ram 1500 Built To Serve trucks, this round gets blacked out lights, grille, wheels and badging. Against the gray paint options, these Air Force trucks have a very stealthy look. Like an F-35, or an F-22, one might say.
On the inside, the trucks get Light Diesel Grey stitching to accent the black interior. Also unique to the Built To Serve edition trucks are the BTS logos on the seats and dashboard, plus velcro patches on the seat fronts and inner shoulder side. This allows owners to customize the interior with patches of their choice. The thinking is veterans or active serving military members can attach their respective patches to further personalize their truck. In addition to the interior logos, there’s an American flag with the “Built To Serve” script below on the rear fenders.
The special edition trucks, available on any powertrain or body style, come well equipped with all weather floor mats and the 4×4 Off Road package. This includes all-terrain tires, electronic locking rear axle, hill decent control, multiple protective underbody skid plates, tow hooks, and heavy duty off-road calibrated shocks.
These Air Force inspired Ram 1500 Built To Serve trucks are ready for takeoff, and will hit dealerships September 18, to coincide with the 73rd anniversary of the Air Force.