The upcoming Ram Revolution electric pickup truck will represent the first vehicle of its kind from Stellantis, as well as the Ram brand, and has promised to deliver class-leading range and output. It will usher in a full portfolio of electric vehicles that will rival what we will see from both General Motors and Ford Motor Company, as each automaker is readying a full lineup of electric trucks, vans and utility vehicles.
During the 2021 Stellantis EV Day that took place in July, Ram brand CEO Mike Koval presented the first details on the future electric vehicle strategy for the “Built to Serve” brand, delivering the first details on what’s being still tentatively called the “Ram EV”.
On January 27, 2022, FCA US LLC (otherwise known as Stellantis) trademarked “Ram Revolution” for “motor vehicles, namely, passenger trucks.”
Preliminary details included that the Ram EV will utilize a special body-on-frame architecture called STLA Frame that will house a battery pack that will be good for 200 kWh and an estimated range of 500 miles. That’s roughly 200 miles more than the F-150 Lightning, and 100 miles more than the Chevrolet Silverado EV. Production, however, isn’t expected to start until at least 2024, where the Lightning and Silverado EV would have already been on sale. It could launch just after the Tesla Cybertruck, pending no delays.
Teaser images from Stellantis EV Day depict only a crew cab pickup truck with a short bed. It’s unclear if other body styles are expected at this time. In addition to that, there will be an on board generator to supply power to your worksite tools, as was seen in the 2021 EV Day Video.
Ram Revolution EV Specs
Towing Capacity: TBD
Electric Range: TBD (likely around 500 miles)
Body Styles: TBD
Availability: ~2024 as a 2025 model year vehicle