I haven't actually measured this or tried to dig up any information from Dynastar on this. In one of the reviews on this ski there was some debate about the ramp angle on this ski, with some saying it was great/fine, others not so. The ski when mounted with Look/Rossi bindings does appear to have a built-in forward lean or ramp angle. Again, I haven't measured it, but it looks to me like it's more of an optical illusion than a severe ramp angle. The 'Autodrive' design has the built-up area with sidewalls under the foot and cap construction on the rest of the ski makes the area slightly under and behind the plate much lower than the area under the foot. To my eye, it gives the impression that there is quite a bit of ramp angle built in to the ski. I'm a big fan of the ski, so if there is a ramp angle built in, it doesn't bother me.