Ram has decided to create the ultimate concept pickup truck. This is known as the Ram 1500 Backcountry X concept vehicle. Mopar brought their mod of the Ram 1500 Backcountry X concept vehicle to SEMA. There’s so many new storage concepts for the RamBox cargo management system, fitting in about 12.3 cubic feet of storage. All while the telescoping storage-rack system is reworked from the Ram 1500 Outdoorsman. In the truck, there had been two desk and work surfaces built inside the trucks. There had also been one built between the front bucket seats and even another one in the tailgate. In addition, there’s a vacuum cleaner right underneath the rear bench seats as well.
The concepts of this Ram pickup truck involves work, practical storage and a little image of style.
While there are plenty of new ways to utilize the RamBox cargo management system, Mopar themselves aren’t thinking that they’re compromising the functionality of the truck’s bed. The compartments involve shelves, tie-down loops and vertical bin dividers that will be able to hold on to whatever is put into 12.3 cubic feet of extra space.
Mopar themselves say how the Ram 1500 Backcountry X is able to make use of the telescoping storage-rack system. This truck is a very efficient custom RamGate task-bench insert created by woodworkers within the inside panel of the tailgate. There happens to be additional Thule crossrails above the bed and two-inch TYRI LED lights upon the corners upon the RamRack.
What is fantastic about the Backcountry X is that it is able to haul even more gear. With the design of the exterior’s two-tone, the Matte Iced Silver Titanium and matte black is blended together pleasantly. The truck itself has a two-inch lift kit with four Mopar 5-inch LED off-road lights upon a tubular grille guard and the Fox shocks. The Backcountry X’s wheels that are sized to be 20-by-9.0-inch matte black Fuel Heater units, equipped with 37-inch BFGoodrich tires.
If you see the interior, you’ll see how the front-row bucket seats in neutral green and even orange accented stitching with anodized orange air vents. It’s seen as a workable vehicle. The Backcountry X Concept utilizes a 12-by-14-inch deployable work surface within the two front seats. There’s a concept RamVac onboard vacuum cleaner underneath the second-row bench seat. Besides the Backcountry X, Mopar has created another 10 concepts or modified vehicles for SEMA. Such as the TRX Gold Shot, the Jeep CJ Surge, and the eight additional Jeep custom vehicles.
This type of truck is essentially the one we could potentially use to our advantage if ever it becomes pertinent to a future of using our vehicles to the effect of staying safe as we drive ourselves all the way down the long and beautiful road.