Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is bringing customers more color options to its popular Ram 1500 pickup truck with two new special packages.

The limited edition 2017 Ram 1500 Sublime Sport and Ram Rebel Blue Streak will debut at the New York International Auto Show this week.

The Ram 1500 Sublime Sport is coated in bright lime green paint with contrasting black badging and front grille. Two-wheel drive models sport 22-inch black aluminum wheels and four-wheel drive models are equipped with 20-inch wheels. Its Sport performance hood accentuates the aggressive styling.

The interior is treated with lime green accent stitching throughout the cabin, as well as green badging on the headrests, seat inserts and glove box.

FCA will build 3,000 Ram 1500 Sublime Sport pickups in Crew Cab configuration with a 5.7-liter HEMI V8 engine, starting from $45,740 before destination charges.

The Ram 1500 Rebel Blue Streak

The Ram 1500 Rebel Blue Streak. (Photo: Carly Schaffner/Trucks.com)

The Ram 1500 Rebel Blue Streak is variation of the Ram Rebel, which already adds a factory lift, 33-inch tires, upgraded shocks and more add-ons for improved performance.

The Rebel Blue Streak package also features black anodized bezels on the center console and instrument cluster, and gray accent stitching to the console, instruments, doors and seats.

Blue Streak models can also be equipped with the Rebel Black appearance package, offering black hood decals, wheels, grille and badging. Inside, the Radar Red seats can be swapped out for black leather with black embroidery.

The Rebel Blue Streak is available in three short wheelbase Crew Cab configurations with a 3.6-liter V6 engine or the 5.7-liter V8. It will be priced from $45,095 before destination.

The Ram 1500 Rebel Blue Streak back

The Ram 1500 Rebel Blue Streak. (Photo: Carly Schaffner/Trucks.com)

The Ram 1500 Sublime Sport and Rebel Blue Streak are the latest of several special Ram truck packages. The company unveiled the Ram 1500 Copper Sport, as well as the 2500 and 3500 Night editions at the Chicago Auto Show in February.

Special editions from the factory give customers a style they once had to create on their own, Jim Morrison, who heads Ram trucks told Trucks.com in February.

Customers want to stand out a little bit and make a statement with their trucks, and we are able to give them a truck with a real custom look from the outset, Morrison said.

Both packages are set to arrive at dealerships in May.

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Ryan ZumMallen

Ryan ZumMallen is a Trucks.com staff writer who covers the light truck market. A Long Beach, Calif. resident, his automotive writing has appeared in Car and Driver, Road & Track, The Verge, AutoBytel and elsewhere. He can be found on Twitter: @Zoomy575M

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