Over the past several months, our sister site HDRams.com has been breaking down the entire 2023 Ram 2500/3500 Heavy Duty lineup. With several minor updates coming in the new model year, there are some who are excited to see some of the changes made to the ever-popular Heavy Duty trucks.
While we have seen a number of off-road-oriented 2023 Ram 2500 pickups, made up of the all-new Rebel and the legendary Power Wagon, we really have yet to see the more mainstream models. That is until now.
Our keen-eyed spy photographers happened to stumble across a 2023 Ram 3500 Crew Cab Big Horn 4×2 out testing on public roads in recent days. The new series of images confirm that not all of the Ram pickups will get the new Sport Performance Hood design. This Big Horn appears to carry over the current hood, however, it is clear that Ram will offer the new mirror design across all models.
Those sources have indicated that there will be two variants available (manual adjust/power adjust). The new mirrors will power extend and be integrated into the memory seat controls. The new design incorporates some current and new technologies into a sophisticated unit. This includes LED turn signals, puddle lights, electronic control glass, temperature sensor, heated main and spotter glass, blind-spot indicator, rear and front utility lights, 360-degree camera, and tow camera.
One thing that caught our eyes, was the fact that the truck features no camouflage but has the Cummins badge on the front fender taped over. So could this mean there is something in store for the mighty diesel powertrain? We doubt it, but it is weird that a non-camouflaged test vehicle would do that.
We are told, that production of the 2023 Ram Heavy Duty pickups and chassis cabs will start on Monday, October 3rd, 2022 at the Saltillo Truck Assembly Plant in Mexico.
Stay tuned to HDRams.com for all the latest news, information, and rumors surrounding the Ram Heavy Duty lineup.
2023 Ram 3500 Crew Cab Big Horn 4×2 Tester Image Gallery: