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A New Option For The 2021 Model Year

Earlier this month, FCA announced the Night Edition package for their Ram 1500 and Heavy Duty models in Limited trim. The package promised to provide the pickups with a more menacing vibe by way of a blacked out appearance. In order to accomplish this, everything from the mirrors to the exhaust tips was given a black finish. However, A new report from Mopar Insiders suggests that we will also be getting a Night Edition package for the 2021 Ram 1500 Rebel.

While the Ram 1500 TRX is now sitting atop the brand’s off-roading lineup, the more affordable Ram 1500 Rebel will likely remain a popular choice among buyers. Considering how popular several of Ram’s black appearance packages have been over the years, it’s no surprise we’ll be getting another one for 2021. The Ram 1500 Rebel Night Edition package is said to include the equipment from last year’s Black Appearance package, which consisted of a blacked out grille, black exterior mirrors, a Black Front Lower Scuff Plate, and 18-Inch Aluminum Wheels finished in black among other darkened trim pieces. The package is slated to be available regardless of your powertrain option.

2021 Ram 1500 Rebel
Image via FCA.

The Ram 1500 Rebel Night Edition will be available in several exterior colors however, which is markedly different from the Black Appearance package that was offered in 2020. While there’s no word yet as to which colors will be available, it’s likely safe to assume that buyers will have the full Rebel catalogue to choose from. Interior color options are expected to be the same black or a black and red combination found throughout the lineup.

There is no pricing information for the Ram 1500 Rebel Night Edition available at this time, but that should change as FCA begins to officially announce packages for the 2021 model year. We’ve reached out to the automaker for more details about the package, and will update you with any further tidbits.

2020 Ram Rebel Black Edition. Image Via FCA.

Written by Lucas Bell

Lucas holds a journalism degree from Wayne State University, and is a Automotive Press Association scholarship recipient. While an American muscle fan through and through, he once wrote a fascinating comparison review about eScooters.

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