Ram officially confirms the upcoming 2024 Ram 1500 Revolution all-electric pickup truck. We knew the company was working on an all-EV pickup, but now its name, styling, and chassis come into focus. This is Ram’s answer to the upcoming Ford F-150 Lightning, the Chevy Silverado EV, and the current Rivian R1T. Ram says this new truck will go into production in 2024, so it could be a 2025 model year.
Ram has not shared specifications of the upcoming Revolution pickup truck, but it showed two renderings that hint at the styling and the underpinnings. As you can see below, the styling takes a whole new direction with a horizontal front light signature. The profile is likely to be very sleek and streamlined in order to make the truck as aerodynamic as possible and keep the overall efficiency high.
The chassis rendering is Ram’s version of the “skateboard” platform. The truck appears to have a frame that is similar to the current Ram 1500. The front houses an electric motor and a controller. The battery packs are in the center of the vehicle, and there is an electric motor in the rear as well.
Let us know what you think in the comments below. Do you think Ram is doing the right thing by waiting until 2024 to introduce an all-electric pickup truck? The 2022 Ford F-150 Lightning is planned to reach customers in Spring 2022. The Rivian R1T is already on sale, and the 2024 Chevy Silverado EV pickup is supposed to reach customers in 2023.
Ram’s Revolution truck schedule will allow them to understand the competition and bring a competitive truck to market. On the flip side, other manufacturers will have a huge first-mover advantage in this market.
TFLtruck is going to the 2022 Chicago Auto Show this week. As soon as we learn more about the new Ram 1500 Revolution, you will find it right here at TFLtruck.com.