Reports surrounding the 2021 Ram Power Wagon 75th Anniversary Edition started swirling back in September, thanks to a dealer-sourced leak. As we approach Veterans Day, FCA has officially pulled the cover off of the truck, which serves to commemorate the service of the original Power Wagon during the Second World War. Here’s everything you need to know about the new special edition off-roader.
The 2021 Ram Power Wagon 75th Anniversary Edition features several unique exterior touches. The exclusive “Power Wagon 75 Years of Service” door badge is one such item, as are the Diamond Black door and tailgate graphics. Ram has also fit the Anniversary model with a black grille mesh with a Gunmetal grille badge, premium headlamps with Gloss Black surrounds, and black rock rails with side-step capability. The new 17-inch bead-lock capable wheels borrowed from the TRX are another unique item, complete with 33-inch rubber.
The 2021 Ram Power Wagon 75th Anniversary Edition also brings two exclusive exterior color options for customers: Anvil and Molten Orange. Buyers also have the choice between nine other two-tone color options: Maximum Steel Metallic, Granite Crystal Metallic, Billet Silver Metallic, Hydro Blue, Patriot Blue, Delmonico Red, Flame Red, Bright White, and Olive Green. Diamond Black Crystal is also available in monotone spec for those looking for a sinister vibe.
The commemorative touches continue inside the cabin, where you’ll find a premium Mountain Brown leather interior. The bucket seats up front wear a “Power Wagon 75” logo, as do the door inserts. The instrument panel inserts, center console and dashboard badges are all finished in gloss black, while the radio surround is finished in dark brushed aluminum with Piano Black accents. Speaking of the radio, the Power Wagon 75th Anniversary Edition comes with the 12-inch Uconnect infotainment screen, complete with Off-Road Pages for the first time. This infotainment app will display data such as ride height, transfer case position, pitch and roll and additional accessory gauges when you’re out on the trail. A 17-speaker Harman Kardon sound system is standard with the special edition truck.
Ram says that the Power Wagon 75th Anniversary Edition will carry an MSRP of $65,250 before destination charges. That’s not much less than the starting price of a new Ram 1500 TRX, but this could be the ultimate HD off-roader on the market right now. Expect the trucks to begin reaching dealership showrooms during the fourth quarter of 2020.