Siberian-style cold for Ram tests

Houghton Michigan, not a place many of us might be familiar with, but the Ram cold weather group is rather freezingly acquainted with the town.

Houghton is where Ram conducts some of its severe duty cold weather testing, and they just released a video showing what some of the cold weather testing entails. Houghton sees an average of 260 inches of snow each year, and combined with the bitter cold of this winter, has allowed Ram to put its trucks through even more rigorous than normal testing.

The company does have simulated cold weather facilities, including both “chill rooms” and a snowblower/wind tunnel to see if driving through thick snow will clog the air intakes or completely block visibility.

As read on: http://www.allpar.com/news/index.php/2015/02/siberian-style-cold-for-ram-tests

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