If you were hoping to see Ram’s electric truck at the LA Auto Show, you’ll have to wait a little while longer.
Even as SEMA is in full swing, we’re gearing up for the Los Angeles Auto Show two-and-a-bit weeks. We thought the Ram Revolution pickup may actually arrive in time for that event, but apparently that will not be the case. Instead, the automaker confirmed via Twitter it would reveal the Revolution at CES in January instead:
Naturally, Ram’s parent company Stellantis did not include any additional information with that announcement. We just get one more teaser image, which does not reveal a great deal more of the truck than we already saw. Mind you, spy photographers have spotted powertrain mules running around, so it’s probable Ram is still on track for a 2024 production date.
When it does arrive, we know the Ram 1500 Revolution EV will ride on the company’s STLA Frame platform. That may allow up to 500 miles of range (per early claims), as well as DC fast charging, though only at a 150-kW rate. For those who aren’t willing to make the full-electric switch just yet, the automaker will also launch a plug-in hybrid version.
Hopefully, we’ll have more concrete information on what this truck is, what it looks like and when deliveries will kick off when the concept lands at CES in Las Vegas on January 5, 2023.