The DIY 3D-printed accessories trend continues to gain momentum with the introduction of the Mopar 3D Lab for the upcoming Ram Rampage pickup. Taking cues from Ford’s popular FITS system, which allows owners to personalize their Ford Maverick with 3D-printed accessories, Stellantis aims to offer a similar experience for Ram Rampage owners.
The Mopar 3D Lab provides customers with free designs to print a range of truck accessories. The options are set to expand with time, from practical phone holders to clever trash hooks and even a nostalgic vintage ornament. These accessories are designed to fit seamlessly into the lower section of the center console, providing a customizable and functional interior.
The concept behind the Mopar 3D Lab mirrors Ford’s FITS system, showcasing the growing demand for personalized and adaptable vehicle features. Drivers who enjoy putting their touch on their trucks will appreciate the creative possibilities that 3D printing technology brings. Although an official announcement is yet to be made by Stellantis, insider sources suggest that the Ram Rampage will indeed make its way to the United States.
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