Since this special edition is about adding Southwest style to an already capable truck, the interior is where the Laramie Longhorn truly shines. The design and materials quality make this cabin feel closer to a luxury sedan's interior than that of a work truck. Both rows of seats are wrapped in beautiful dark brown leather with beige piping. The dash, center console, and doors also use the dark brown and beige color scheme. The steering wheel and the brown dash with burled walnut accents have contrasting beige stitching. Even the gauges get the Longhorn treatment. A metal Laramie Longhorn logo in the pale gray gauge face is backlit at night, and the metal gauge surrounds and a brushed metal strip along the front of the glovebox wear an embossed filigree design.

The seats feature Laramie Longhorn patches accented with cowboy boot-like stitching. Not only are the seats good-looking, with leather that appears aged, but they're comfortable and supportive, making long drives fatigue-free. The storage spaces on the front seatbacks are designed as two saddlebags with ersatz buckles over a magnetic closure.

One of the coolest interior cues is the floormats. They incorporate brown and beige carpet that looks bolted in, with rubber surrounds decorated with metal Laramie Longhorn badges in front and an embossed barbed wire pattern. Barbed wire!