RAM 1500 Revolution BEV Concept To Debut At CES 2023

Kevin Williams
by Kevin Williams

We’ve finally got some details on when we’ll finally see the fully-electric RAM truck.

Ford and Chevy’s got them, so it was only natural for Stellantis to introduce a fully EV truck, no? Well, the conglomerate that includes Dodge and RAM trucks has released details on its EV truck plans. RAM plans to unveil its EV truck, officially called the RAM 1500 Revolution BEV Concept at next year’s CES (Consumer Electronics Show).

The EV RAM is part of Stellantis’ “Dare Forward 2030” in which it wants to fully electrify all of its vehicle offerings by 2030. RAM says it will have electrified options for most of the segments it competes in by 2025, with full electrification coming by 2030.

Right now, details on the RAM 1500 Revolution BEV Concept are slim, Stellantis merely dropped a shadowy dark teaser photo, with not much information. Stellantis does insist that the RAM EV “will push past the competition as leaders in a combination of areas truck customers care about the most: range, towing, payload and charge time.” The exact specifications that will generate those segment-beating claims haven’t been released yet. We don’t know anything about the motor, battery, and charging speed.

Initially, the RAM 1500 Revolution BEV was supposed to be shown at this year’s LA Auto Show. But, the brand felt that CES’s tech focus would be more of a suitable home for the tech-laden RAM EV concept.

The RAM EV concept should be unveiled at CES this coming January 2023, and enter production by early 2024.

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Kevin Williams
Kevin Williams

Kevin has been obsessed with cars ever since he could talk. He even learned to read partially by learning and reading the makes and models on the back of cars, only fueling his obsession. Today, he is an automotive journalist and member of the Automotive Press Association. He is well-versed in electrification, hybrid cars, and vehicle maintenance.

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