The Ram 2500 Outdoorsman concept truck shows just how capable, and functional, a 2500 can be for off-roaders and hunters when outfitted with Mopar and aftermarket parts. Ram says this truck was inspired by its relationship with outdoors outfitter Mossy Oak who helped created the truck’s unique color that’s aptly called “Swamp Thing Green,” which features a blend of camouflage details incorporated into the hood, roof and lower body of the truck.

Mopar re-imagined the use of three utility hoops in the truck bed, which were previously used on concept vehicles as a ladder or surfboard rack, to serve as a camouflaged bed tent. Ideas were borrowed from last year’s Ram Chaser vehicle as well that include a roof rack and a “Flip-Up” two-seat concept seatback incorporated into the tailgate.

For added clearance on the trails, Mopar outfitted the 2500 Outdoorsman with Mopar concept 17-inch beadlock wheels, which are fitted with 35-inch BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A KM2 tires. The tire and wheel package are complemented with a 2-inch Mopar leveling kit equipped with Bilstein shocks. Mopar then fitted the truck with its fender flares both front and rear.

Since a few of the parts on the 2500 Outdoorsman are concepts they may or may not see the markerplace, but many of the parts are currently available. For more details on Mopar’s line of parts for the Ram Truck line, visit Mopar.com.

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