Is Ram coming out with a new engine?
Is Ram coming out with a new engine?
The latest news is all about Ram (trucks, SUV's) coming out with new "all new engine". What does that mean? Could it be a different engine under the hood? Another new engine? Just curious.
It means just what it says. Whether that new engine will be in the HEMI is probably what everyone is interested in.but I guess they are only going to reveal it when they are ready for the start of production.like after next year's spring launch.
I thought Ford had an entire group working on future engines (as of last time I checked, but I'm not much on Ford news these days). So, if true, it seems like Chrysler would have already started with the next generation of their V10, so Chrysler wouldn't need their own completely new engine. But maybe they'll surprise us all and make a great new engine.
Chrysler is having a blast developing their new 7.0 (V-10) engine. It will debut in the Durango next spring, will come to the 5th gen Grand Cherokee in 2023, and will be in Dodge trucks by '15. The V-10 will power the next generation of the Charger and Challenger cars.
The Chrysler Group could have three different offerings by 2023 from the new Dodge Viper: The new 300 model will be powered by a 3.6-liter V-6; the new 300C models will be powered by a V-6; the Dodge Viper GT will be powered by the Hemi V-10.
If this happens, we might see a 6.0L V-10 engine in the Dodge Dart. I believe it will be in the new Dodge Challenger, but Dodge isn't saying anything yet.
I wonder if this engine will be lighter and more efficient than the current Gen 3/Gen 4 Hemi engines. That's an easy assumption. These big block Hemis were the benchmark for American engine design, so the new powertrain team should have something similar or better. They are also still at full bore, so even though it might be different it will be an improvement over current designs. I'm guessing the cylinders won't be as small or as powerful as those in current Hemi applications.
Will the 2023 Ram 1500 have a Hurricane engine?
The upcoming 2023 Ram 1500 is rumored to get an all new 5.5L V8. It won't be a hybrid, but will it have something similar? And what about 44 or even an all-new Duramax?
Well, it is too early to tell as the truck is not even scheduled to go on sale until the end of 2023, but we should learn more before the big reveal. As always, keep checking back to our official Ram 1500 site for more breaking news and in depth info. Advertisement. 2023 Ram 1500 Specs, Price & Engine. 2023 Ram 1500 to be the largest and fastest off road Ram in the history of the brand. The big changes we saw in the 2023 Ram 1500 came from engineering, performance, and comfort upgrades. This model, despite being smaller, gets a whole lot smarter with improvements such as a new 8-inch digital display that also functions as the head unit, a more customizable interior, and even a heated steering wheel.
2023 Ram 1500 is expected to come with a lot of standard and optional safety and infotainment features, as well as a long list of standard equipment including a 5.3-liter Hemi V8 engine, 3.0-liter EcoDiesel, a 10-speed automatic transmission, and various other features.
What is the new powertrains for the 2023 Ram 1500? 2023 Ram 1500 pickup is all set to launch, but many are waiting for the 2023 Ram 1500. We already got to see what the next-gen model looks like and we could even learn about a possible new gasoline engine for the truck. In fact, Ram Truck could be going the diesel route with the release of a new Duramax diesel engine.
As you can see, the Duramax engine is positioned over the engine bay like any other conventional diesel engine, while getting fuel injection from two large turbochargers, and it gets its name from the word Duramax which is just a reference to the Duramax engine from General Motors, which means high-efficiency. The first Ram trucks to feature this engine were the Ram 350 and the Ram 750, however, we should expect the next-gen Ram 1500 to get one too.
What engine will be in the 2023 Ram 1500?
The next generation of the Ram 1500 will be revealed in the coming months. It's too soon to know how it will differ from the current-generation truck, but we expect it to be a better-driving truck.
On Monday, Ford teased the next-generation F-150 with a video that showed off a new 3.0-liter turbocharged V-6 engine (which sounds like a smaller version of the 3.3-liter V-6 found in the F-150's current-generation engine lineup). Ford says it will be an all-new engine, and we can't wait to see how it works in the Ram 1500.
Today, we got a first look at a camouflaged Ram 1500. The truck is expected to be revealed at the Chicago auto show in April. We can't say much more than that, but we've got some speculation.
We're not expecting much change for the Ram 1500 under the hood, aside from the addition of the new 3.0-liter V-6 and a few other changes. In terms of exterior changes, we don't expect anything too dramatic. But there could be some changes for the 2023 model year.
The most obvious change would be to the grille, which will likely be updated with new designs. One thing we can't wait to see is the new Ram 1500 boxy, three-box look that has been leaked multiple times. It looks fantastic, but we're still not sure if that's what Ford really wants for the next generation of the Ram 1500.
We also don't know exactly how much power the new Ram 1500 will get. Ford claims it will have a 6.7-second 0-60 time, which is about the same as the current-generation truck, but we'd like to see it go faster.
The powertrain should be pretty similar to what's in the current-generation truck. We'd expect to see a larger displacement version of the 3.5-liter V-6, and a smaller version of the 2.7-liter EcoBoost four-cylinder. There will likely be two trims for the Ram 1500: a crew cab with a 5.7-liter V-8 and a five-door with the 3.
Will 2023 RAM be redesigned?
In late 2023, the 2023 RAM chip is widely rumored to be renamed to something else - perhaps from memory - in an attempt to capitalize on the new 3D XPoint solid-state technology currently found in the company's SSDs. It is said to be more capable than anything else out there, and will have much faster bandwidth and a more secure approach for managing data flow on it than NAND Flash memory. As a reminder, last summer, SK Hynix claimed that XPoint was 10 times faster than NVMe DRAM; I have no reason to doubt this.
Although there's plenty of room for both kinds of DRAM in enterprise and server platforms, as memory speeds outpace hard drives by many factors, it may be logical for RAM maker Hynix to focus their efforts on the next generation of storage technology, particularly on how to best manage data in memory. XPoint (a proprietary non-volatile memory type) has a unique benefit, too.
For over a decade now, DRAM vendors have relied on MLC flash in order to provide cost-effective yet powerful storage technology. It was the main form of storage back in the early 2000s; even though it was expensive and slow (but fast enough), it offered enough value that DRAM makers couldn't easily replace its market share. But the price of MLC flash started to fall dramatically in 2023, which made DRAM a significantly better option for capacity-constrained workloads - and for more demanding applications. Even with MLC-DRAM adoption surging and flash costing billions less, the advantage didn't end, as DRAM vendors continue to find ways to optimize the technology for performance in more demanding scenarios.
The latest evolution is RRAM, or Resistive RAM. Hynix is one of the two companies leading the way in developing MLC/R (as opposed to MLC/S/MLC) flash. The two companies are closely working on new materials and processing technologies for future generations of solid state storage (which includes NAND Flash, XPoint memory, and TLC PCIe x2/Gen3 NVMe). Their partnership is similar to Samsung's SLC/TLC partnership. Samsung recently became a major partner with Toshiba, another global memory company.
Does the Dodge Ram 1500 come with a 6 cylinder?
The 2023 Dodge Ram 1500 is available in a six-cylinder with and without EcoDiesel. The engine is the Cummins 6.7L V8, rated at 420 HP and 665 lb-ft of torque.
2018 Dodge Ram 1500 Powertrains. Six-cylinder. 7-liter V8 (420 hp / 340 kW). V8 with 8-speed automatic transmission (550 hp / 410 kW). 7-liter V8 with EcoDiesel (550 hp / 410 kW). Four-cylinder. 7-liter V8 (365 hp / 290 kW). V8 with 8-speed automatic transmission (420 hp / 340 kW). 4-liter V8 (400 hp / 300 kW). 2023 Dodge Ram 1500 Powertrains. 7-liter V8 (365 hp / 290 kW). Five-cylinder. 7-liter V8 (365 hp / 290 kW). V8 with 8-speed automatic transmission (420 hp / 340 kW). V8 with 10-speed automatic transmission (600 hp / 450 kW). All-wheel drive with rear-drive option. Three-cylinder. 0-liter V6 (290 hp / 217 kW). V6 with 6-speed automatic transmission (310 hp / 235 kW). V6 with 10-speed automatic transmission (400 hp / 300 kW). 2023 Dodge Ram 1500 Styling. 2023 Dodge Ram 1500 Styling. 2023 Dodge Ram 1500 Interior. 2023 Dodge Ram 1500 Interior. Yes, the new Ram 1500 is available in a six-cylinder with a 6.7-liter Cummins V8 engine. The EcoDiesel V8 is also available, as is the V8 with an 8-speed automatic transmission. The truck will be available in both 4x2 and 4x4 configurations. The 2023 Ram 1500 comes standard with three- and four-cylinder engines, and it is available in either a 6-speed or 8-speed automatic transmission.
Will 2023 Ram 1500 get hurricane engine?
My father just got a new to us ford 1500. He wants to know if the diesel engine in the new ram 1500 has a "muffler" or something so it won't roar when he first starts the truck? He did have the engine sound up and down the road. I had to ask him to stop every two hours so I could make sure it didn't blow up or anything. It does not have that big of a vibration or anything like that. It sounds almost like a lawn mower or electric weed wacker! But not loud enough to scare the neighbors.
Any ideas or things he should look out for? Thanks for any and all help! I'd like to see a noise from a few hundred miles. Maybe the first 100 and then another 100.
I got his truck in a couple weeks, so far I have gone 45 miles and there's no sound. The truck is still under warranty. I am going to pick up another truck with a V6 and see how that one sounds once I get it in the driveway.
I am getting back into the 1500, a week and a half ago. The first 60 miles that I went was no problem, maybe 90 seconds to warm up. The last 50 though? Hmmmm, I got to thinking about it and I don't think I would even drive it that fast today.
I have yet to hear the noise under any circumstances other than at idle. My brother has a Chevy 2500 crew cab, with the same type of Cummins 6.7 and he has had problems with the idling noise. He also has an '06 Ford F-250 with the same engine in it and his engine is very quiet. Just don't know what is going on.