Can Tim Kuniskis Revive Dodge’s Fun with Rampage?
It comes to thoughts on industry current events, opinions, and hearsay related to Chrysler, Dodge, and Mopar, YouTube’s RacerX always has the most recent updates.
He is currently doing an assessment of the changes in executive leadership taking place at Stellantis and how these could offer advantageous consequences for aficionados of pickups.
The parent firm of Dodge, Chrysler, Mopar and Ram, amongst other brands which includes Jeep, Maserati, Alfa Romeo, Citroen and Peugeot, is Stellantis.
RacerX perceives that the inclusion of a modern CEO at Ram could bring great results and lead to some stimulating cars arriving on the market in the future. Content of the video is outlined below.
It is no surprise then that a recognizeable face is now heading up Dodge- Tim Kuniskis. All those who tune in to Dodge news and updates will have likely seen his face before. To remind us, since Stellantis recently rearranged their leadership and with former Ram CEO Mike Koval going to Mopar, an opening presented itself at Ram.
Tim will now oversee both Dodge and Ram, and RacerX speculates it could result in more remarkable vehicles since he already is with an organization that fabricates impressive models (Dodge).
The thought process is this – while Ram will persist with the production of the 1500 and 2500 pickup trucks, both of which are beneficial and imperative for customers and contractors across America; it could give rise to something eccentric and fascinating later on, like with the Ram Rampage.
Considered as a challenger to the Ford Maverick, the 2024 Ram Rampage is an agile pickup aimed at the South American region that looks like a miniature version of the Ram 1500. With its attractive styling, the Rampage will offer the 2-liter Hurricane I4 powertrain; however, it won’t be available in North America at this time.
RacerX makes mention of the Dakota, accentuating that something exciting and entertaining could appear from it – particularly if a 2-door cab variation of it could be made available to the USA.
A Ram adversary of the Maverick or Ranger bearing a performance-based edition would be warmly received by fanatics, given the I6 Hurricane engine provides abundant power and twisting in a small and light construction. Contrasting that to the Ram 1500 TRX would appear warranted.
The footage concludes with no resolutions, inciting thought-provoking queries. The movements at the head of command suggest transformations are afoot, and if circumstances prove propitious, Ram dealership patrons could be in for an enjoyable ride.