Ram CEO Mike Kovel Jr. teases the upcoming RAM Revolution Concept and the RAM 1500 Electric pickup. Stellantis to reveal the new RAM pickup trucks at the November event. It will reveal the new Ram 1500 EV and the Revolution pick up ahead of the LA Auto Show. The new Ram pickups will offer a new sleek design, modern exterior and interior with a huge road presence.
According to CEO Moval, the company have the intention to make “the best EV” even if they are not the first one. The new pickups will compete with the GMC Hummer EV, Ford F-150 Lightning, Rivian R1T, GMC Sierra and the Chevy Silverado EV. Mike added that Ram will exceed the customer’s expectations and go beyond what they thought. The company is making changes according to the customer’s feedback, and what the competition is doing. Like more range, features, and more performance and a nerve-racking acceleration thanks to the electric powertrain. Ram wants its flagship truck to perform the best as the company wants it to.
The Ram pickup is still under development as the team is working on the truck’s final design and other things. The Ram 1500 electric pickup will be built on the new STLA Frame platform and can offer up to 500 miles of range. The truck is still under development with adjustments and they are here to win, Koval added. The company will be making the ICE-powered 1500 after the 1500 Electric is launched. Ram CEO wants the best pickup truck ever built with its long-wheelbase body. The company will stop making the Ecoboost V6 engine after January 2023.
We expect a new midsize truck to its upcoming Ram lineup which the brand will reveal at the Texas State Fair. Marking the busy year, Ram plans to bring the new mid-size truck and the Promaster Van next year. With the new Ram ProMaster full-size van, the company will discontinue the smaller version at the end of 2022. Ram will be making the ICE-powered vehicles for a while, but will electrify its lineup for the future.