It has already been confirmed by FCA that they will be building a new Ram Heavy Duty truck. Here is what we know so far.

According to FCA, they will be investing more than $1 billion into their Warren Turck Assembly Plant in Michigan to prepare for the new Ram HD trucks. Production will be starting in 2020 and these new Ram trucks will be built alongside the Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer.

That means FCA will be moving the production of the Ram HD from Mexico to the US. It is estimated that the move will create 2500 new jobs at the Warren plant. FCA did not elaborate on what the Ram HD will be offering but we should be getting a rough idea when Ram shows off the 2019 Ram 1500 at the Detroit Auto Show next week.

The company’s decision to move their production to the US was made possible by the passage of US Tax reform.

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