The DT Ram 1500 pickup truck family is already an attractive mix of capability, sleek design, modern technology, premium touches, and over-the-top performance. Although for some, that’s not enough. Those who seek to stand out, even among range-topping Ram trucks, may find what they’re looking for in the Ram Badlander 1500 by Tuscany Motor Co.
Ram 1500 Badlander: Exterior Modifications
The Ram Badlander 1500 build starts with a six-inch premium suspension lift along with Fox 2.5 Performance Elite Remote Reservoir Shocks. The shocks feature dual-speed compression with full external adjustability, a remote reservoir for increased oil and nitrogen capacity wrapped in a hard-anodized body for better durability. To complement, the lift comes 37-inch BF Goodrich KM3 Mud Terrain tires that wrap around 20-inch wheels.
Custom vehicles are nothing without different components that catch people’s attention and ensure they know that you’re not driving just any ordinary vehicle. Tuscany has made sure to focus on the details. The exterior of the vehicle has several changes, including:
- “Force 10” Red Brake Calliper Covers
- Two-Piece Powder Coated Black Mesh Grille Insert
- Red Painted Tow Hooks
- Color Matched RAM Emblem
- Removal of Factory Badging
- Signature “Badlander” Badging
- Power Boards with Rock Guards & Entry Lights
- Custom Performance Exhaust 5″ Dual Tips
- Painted Custom Fender Flares
- RAM Sport Hood with “Badlander” Accents
- Color Matched “Badlander” Front Bumper Redesign with Integrated 20″ LED Light Bar
Altogether the end result comes together with a mean-looking Ram 1500 on the outside, but what about the inside? Well, Tuscany added a lot of touches to that as well to make sure it’s just as eye-catching:
- Stainless Steel Badlander Gauge
- Custom “Badlander” Leather/Suede Seating
- “Badlander” Leather Door Inserts
- Signature “Badlander” Dash Badge
- 50 State legal Deep Tinted Windows
To put a bow on this Ram 1500 Badlander, Tuscany Motor Co. has also given the truck a 3 year / 36,000 Mile Warranty, so if things turn sour, customers have peace of mind that their vehicle is protected. In the meantime, we’ll be wondering what Ford thinks of the Badlander name.