The Ram Limited Tungsten Edition is, according to Ram, the fanciest pickup truck it's ever built.

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There aren't too many changes outside.

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Most parts, like the sport hood and blacked-out headlight surrounds, are taken from other models.

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There's a new wheel finish and a grille finish, too.

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Ram Tungsten models also get air suspension, navigation, remote start, a backup camera, adjustable pedals, a heated steering wheel and front seats with both heating and ventilation. 

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Inside, there's a light suede headliner, a claimed segment first.

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The interior is positively lousy with high-end leather, covering the seats, instrument panel, steering wheel, armrests and doors.

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The trim is made of real wood, and, of course, there are even more badges.

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The Ram 1500 Tungsten starts at $55,120 when it goes on sale in the third quarter of 2017.

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