Camp Jeep® & Ram Truck Territory Will Be Showcased At NAIAS In Detroit!

Thousands Will Be Able To See How Capable Their Favorite Jeep Or Ram Is...

After a two-year hiatus, Detroit’s North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) is scheduled to turn to the auto show circuit this month.

Among the attractions is the popular Camp Jeep® and Ram Truck Territory indoor test tracks. These interactive test tracks attract thousands of people and are sure to be fan favorites at the upcoming show.

Camp Jeep® –

Camp Jeep® at the Chicago Auto Show. (Chicago Auto Show).

Since its inception in 2004, more than 2.85 million people have taken free rides on the Camp Jeep test track during multiple auto shows in various Jeep vehicles. Riders get a glimpse at a multitude of off-road features that they may not commonly experience in everyday driving. 

Camp Jeep® at the Chicago Auto Show. (Chicago Auto Show).

It will be the first time the interactive test track will be at NAIAS and is sure to attract large crowds. The track will feature a mountain that is 23-foot tall with 45-degree approach and departure angles. Experienced drivers will navigate attendees through the various courses in the 30,000-square-foot exhibit. It is anticipated that more than 30,000 people will ride on the Jeep track during the show. Courses include:

  • Ground Clearance Stair Climber
  • Maneuverability Moguls
  • Extreme Break-over
  • Jeep Tunnel Pass-Thru
  • 23-foot, 45-degree Hill Ascent / Descent
  • Off-Camber
  • 30-degree Banked Wedge
Camp Jeep® at the Chicago Auto Show. (Chicago Auto Show).

Attendees can stop by the Jeep display for a free ride in the following Jeep vehicles:

  • Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon
  • Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 4xe
  • Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 392
  • Jeep Gladiator Rubicon
  • Jeep Gladiator Mojave
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk 4xe
  • Jeep Grand Cherokee L Overland and Summit Reserve

Ram Truck Territory –

Ram Truck Territory at the Chicago Auto Show. (Chicago Auto Show).

In addition to Camp Jeep, auto show attendees can experience the capability and power of Ram trucks in the Ram Truck Territory test track, which also makes its first appearance at NAIAS. Auto show attendees can take free rides in Ram 1500 and 2500/3500 Heavy Duty trucks. Ram Truck Territory combines key vocational capabilities, such as towing, payload, torque, and technology, with off-road capabilities, like traction, articulation, and suspension, to provide consumers a comprehensive in-truck experience. It is projected that 25,000 test rides will be given.

Professional drivers will provide auto show attendees with an exciting ride as they go through a series of steel culverts that showcases ride handling capability and suspension options. Riders will also feel the traction and experience hill-descent technology on the iconic Ram Mountain, a 13-foot high, 30-foot long course element with 30-degree approach and departure angles. Technology will be displayed as the drivers highlight the 360-degree camera technology, class-exclusive four-corner air ride suspension, multifunction tailgate, 12.1-inch touchscreen, and acoustic NVH features.

Ram Truck Territory at the Chicago Auto Show. (Chicago Auto Show).

Attendees can stop by the Ram display for a free ride in the following Ram vehicles:

  • Ram 1500 Laramie Crew Cab 4×4
  • Ram 1500 Limited Crew Cab 4×4
  • Ram 1500 Rebel Crew Cab 4×4
  • Ram 2500 Power Wagon Crew Cab 4×4
  • Ram 2500 Limited Crew Cab 4×4
  • Ram 3500 Limited Crew Cab 4×4

The 2022 NAIAS show will be held from September 14th to the 25th, 2022, at The Huntington Place, in downtown Detroit, Michigan. For tickets to the event, you can visit the NAIAS website.


Robert S. Miller

Robert S. Miller is a diehard Mopar enthusiast who lives and breathes all that is Mopar. The Michigander is not only the Editor for MoparInsiders.com, 5thGenRams.com, and HDRams.com but an automotive photographer. He is an avid fan of offshore powerboat racing, which he travels the country to take part in.

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