From the 1970s through the 1980s, the Ram 1500 sold for $2,100 and up.
That was enough money for a family of four, but now, thanks to a new $2.4 billion contract to build a new model, the family will be able to buy the same vehicle for about $15,000.
That means the family of six could save a little more money than the average American family on a new car, and it also means that it could mean a lot to the families who rely on the family truck.
The $1.5 billion contract also includes a $2 million incentive for states to install electric powertrains, a $1 million incentive to increase fuel efficiency, and $500 million for a state to provide incentives to encourage the adoption of zero-emission vehicles.
The government also plans to buy a new transmission, a new battery pack, and new fuel economy sensors.
According to The Wall Street Journal, the contract is part of the administration’s efforts to help fuel-efficient vehicles become the dominant vehicle category.
The contract includes incentives that could increase fuel economy by 25 percent by 2020, up to an average of 17 mpg.
Another incentive will allow states to offer incentives of up to $500,000 to encourage fuel efficiency of up for three years.
It’s also part of an effort to make the nation’s highways more fuel- efficient, according to a statement by the Department of Transportation.
The new model will be built in the United States, but is expected to be delivered to India, Japan, the United Arab Emirates, China, and Brazil, as well as other countries in the Middle East and Southeast Asia.