Ram chassis cabs appear to have had no actual changes, keeping their 6.4 liter gasoline Hemi and 6.7 liter Cummins B-engine options intact. Ram 3500 Chassis Cab has the eight-speed automatic with the gasoline engine, a unique setup. Some models have 12-inch touch-screen displays.
Changes to the Ram TRX have already been covered. The Tradesman Warlock returns enhanced off-road features—rear locking differential, skid plates, 1-inch raised ride height, 33-inch Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac tires, and Bilstein shock absorbers. The Ram 1500 also has a tailgate ajar warning lamp standard on all models.
The Ram 2500 and 3500 carry over from 2023 unchanged except for a standard tailgate ajar warning lamp.
Finally, the Ram ProMaster now has an optional heated steering wheel and windshield. New safety features are ParkSense (with stop), white-noise backup alarm, and beep-beep backup alarm. As previously announced, a battery-electric Ram ProMaster is due later this year.