Asphalt? Boring! The D odge Ram 1500 Rebel is designed for tough off-road use. The conversion that Geiger Cars has now given the 5.82-meter-long crew cab pickup underlines this once again. The Munich-based company has made the luxuriously equipped US heavyweight even more rustic. The Rebel was initially given coarse tires measuring 35x12.5 R20, which were mounted on rims in 9x20 inch format. And while lowering is usually more common in the tuning industry, the Dodge Ram at Geiger Cars goes higher.
Widened and higher
The tuners increased the distance between the wheel /tire combinations and the visibly screwed-on fender flares by a good ten centimeters by means of an in-house suspension system. In this way, the Rebel also masters steep ramps and deep water and mud passages without strain. The height adjustment of the factory SER air suspension remains unaffected by this conversion. Spacers also increase the track width of the Geiger Ram by 36 millimeters.
Geiger-Rebel too available with gas
The outlaw character of the Dodge Ram from a massive loading area roll bar and a wide LED roof light strip, which turns night into day at the push of a button. The Dodge Ram 1500 Rebel is now available from Geiger Cars and costs 56,900 euros with a 401 hp and 548 Nm strong 5.7-liter HEMI V8 unit and 8-speed automatic transmission. In addition to the tuning measures offered, the fat Ami is optionally available with an LPG autogas system.