RAM Truck Territory

RAM Truck Territory

FREE with your admission to the Twin Cities Auto Show!

RAM Truck Territory to debut at the Twin Cities Auto Show! The Twin Cities Auto Show is one of the only shows in the country to have not one, but TWO interactive tracks for you to experience.

The Twin Cities Auto Show knows and loves Camp Jeep, but now we are excited to also offer RAM Truck Territory, a 30,000-square-foot unique truck focused interactive ride experience.

Take a look at this video of RAM Truck Territory at the Chicago Auto Show:

About RAM Truck Territory:

RAM Truck Territory (RTT) is the ultimate in-truck adventure demonstrating the power and capabilities of the RAM Truck lineup. RTT will offer consumers the opportunity to get inside a 1500, 2500 and 3500 and experience the technology, interior refinement and capabilities of the on a course designed to highlight offroad and vocational capabilities such as towing, payload and torque. Professional drivers will drive guests around a course that highlights the suspension and ground clearance as they navigate over staggered steel culverts. A high banked wedge that is 6’ tall, 70’ wide with a 30-degree tilt will demonstrate both stability and body strength as the trucks conquer the wedge. Guests will feel the traction and experience hill descent technology on the RAM Mobile Mountain, a 13’ tall, 30- yard long mountain with 30-degree approach & departure angles. RAM 3500 passengers will experience the best-in-class towing and technology features as the hook up to the Tow Tower and lift the weighted block to simulate best-in-class towing capabilities. RAM 2500 passengers will experience the torque as the trucks lift a 7,000 pound wall. Finally, RAM 1500 passengers will encounter the technology zone where they will learn more about the camera technology, four corner active level suspensions system and multi-function tailgate among other key features during their course experience.

Participants 17 years and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian and be at least 44 inches tall.