Found this tidbit in the Detroit Auto News:
The Ram 3500 Chassis Cab will offer a 5.7-liter gasoline engine and a
6.7-liter Cummins turbo diesel. It will have a gross vehicle weight
rating of 10,200 pounds, the maximum weight of the truck when it's
loaded to capacity.
In an attempt to outdo competitors, the Dodge Ram 3500 also will
feature a segment-best hauling capacity -- 10,200 pounds -- and the
largest standard fuel tank, which holds 52 gallons of gas.
OK, So they're talking about the chassis cab 3500 and not the pickup,
but I'd bet they'll put the new Cummins in the pickups too.
OTOH, I thought some of the 3500's already went to 11,000 GVWR?