Mopar will crash the 2019 Chicago Auto Show just like it did in 2018, but this time with a new set of accessories tailored to the all-new 2019 Ram 2500 and 3500 lineups. And to highlight some of the more interesting personalization options for the heavy-duty trucks, Ram will reveal its latest concept to auto show attendees in Chicago.

Dubbed the Heavy Hitter, this modified 2019 Ram 2500 Big Horn 4x4 crew cab starts with the 6.4-liter Hemi V-8 and new eight-speed transmission, but it also sports some of the more than 170 Mopar parts made for the HD lineup. The most dramatic piece of equipment on this concept is the powder-coated lightbar topped with five 5-inch LED lights shining almost 25,000 lumens. The lights are controlled by integrating the switches into the auxiliary switches in the center console.

The Heavy Hitter also sports a set of powder-coated off-road rock rails to protect the underbody (not yet production pieces) and a set of 17-inch beadlock-type wheels (also not yet production) to hold the aggressive 37-inch mud-terrain Goodyear tires, all kept tucked up underneath the fender wells with a set of four fender flares.

Mopar also put a corner step in the rear of the truck to provide quick access to the bed, which is accessible when the tailgate is up or down. Inside the cab, the Heavy Hitter wears brushed, stainless-steel door guards emblazoned with the Ram logo, as well as heavy-duty waterproof all-weather floormats throughout.

Other Mopar accessories created for the Ram 2500 and 3500 models include an extra trailer camera, a new gooseneck back cleat setup, toolboxes for the bed, several types of bedliners, Katzkin seat covers, tonneau covers and more. Visit www.mopar.com to see the full parts list for the Ram HDs.