The Ram Revolution BEV concept, which previews a future Ram electric pickup truck, is set to debut in concept form at CES in Las Vegas in January, rather than originally slated for the Los Angeles Auto Show this month.
Tuesday’s announcement from truck brand Stellantis confirmed the timeline for the Ram 1500 Revolution battery electric vehicle concept and piled on a few other bragging points that appear to be direct lobes on the Ford F-150 Lightning and to come Chevrolet Silverado EV.
The Ram electric truck will be a “visionary roadmap and a glimpse into the future,” showing how the brand will “redefine the segment,” the company said. It added that its electric vehicles, including the Ram 1500 Electric Truck, “will outpace the competition as leaders in a combination of areas that are most important to truck customers: range, towing, payload and charging time.”
Ram 1500 Revolution BEV Concept
To compare the range of similarly sized electric trucks expected on the road by then, the F-150 Lightning currently offers up to 320 miles of EPA range. GM says the Chevy Silverado will offer up to 400 miles, and Tesla says a version of the Cybertruck will offer over 500 miles of range.
Over the months, Ram has teased obscured previews of the all-electric Ram 1500, suggesting it has a sleeker, bolder design than the gas-powered Ram 1500, perhaps with a midgate setup like that used in the upcoming Chevy Silverado EV (and previous Chevrolet Avalanche). Earlier this year, he opened a dialogue with dedicated fans of the Ram truck brand to provide feedback as the electric trucks develop.
Ram 1500 BEV and Platform – Stellantis EV Day 2021
It will be built on one of the platforms being developed as part of a $35 billion Stellantis EV push. In its STLA frame configuration, the full-length frame rails house a flat battery, in this case filled with battery cells made in america.
The Ram 1500 EV is expected to ship from 2024. It may not be long after Tesla finally arrives at accelerate the production of Cybertruck.