Ram has announced the debut date of the prototype of the 1500 Revolution electric pickup truck. The car will be shown to the public on January 5, 2023, at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. There are no details. The manufacturer promises some exclusive technologies that will shake up the pickup segment, but you can still count on an impressive power reserve. The STL Frame platform is about 800 kilometers.
Ford, Chevrolet, and GMC already have electric pickups. Soon, the battery-powered truck will also declassify Ram: the 1500 Revolution concept will be shown early next year at CES. The company calls the prototype visionary. It will allow you to look into the future with one eye and see what will set the tone for the whole segment in the next few years.
So far, there are no details about the “revolutionary” model. Apparently, it will be based on the STLA Frame architecture, designed for full-size pickups and light com trans. The platform will be compatible with batteries with a capacity of up to 200 kilowatt-hours and will be able to provide a range of up to 800 kilometers.
By 2025, Ram is going to electrify most of the line, and 2030 to complete the process. The brand’s first electric pickup truck will hit the market in less than two years, and all this is only a small part of Stellantis’ global strategy called Dare Forward 2030. The ambitious plan includes the launch of 75 electric vehicles under different brands, including 25 passenger cars and pickups, as well as 26 commercial vehicles.