Stellantis Reportedly Showed Off Midsized RAM EV Pickup Concept To Dealers

Kevin Williams
by Kevin Williams

Is a smaller, fully electric Ram truck coming soon?

Stellantis already took the wraps off its RAM 1500 REV truck; a fully electric version of its full-sized pickup. But, rumors are swirling that Stellantis has a smaller, fully electric pickup in the wings. Stellantis showed off the truck to dealers recently, who are reportedly “blown away” by what the truck offers.

In a report from Automotive News, dealers got to look at the EV truck and shared their thoughts on the future of the brand. The truck is only in concept form, but dealers who have viewed the truck, say it’s very similar to the RAM 1500 Revolution concept we’ve seen before. That truck was supposed to preview the production full-sized RAM EV truck, but all we got was a restyled current-generation RAM. That’s fine, but definitely, a letdown compared to the concept. Whatever the dealers saw, though, was enough to impress and excite them.

If RAM pulls this off, the brand could have a unique offering in the EV truck segment. Right now, all EV trucks are biased toward the very large, full-sized class. A smaller EV pickup could no doubt appeal to those who want a bed, but don’t want all that space. No manufacturer has thus confirmed any smaller EV pickup yet. GM has hinted that it could do a compact EV pickup, but nothing concrete.

Stellantis also showed dealers the next iteration of the Durango, which dealers claim looks nothing like the current crossover. Keep your eyes peeled for the next Durango, and an EV midsized RAM to debut to the public soon.

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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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  • VulpineMac VulpineMac on Mar 25, 2023

    Very probably still too big. It should be no larger than the original Dakota, rather than only 5% smaller than a full-sized RAM.