(Updated): Official 2025 Ram 1500 REV Production Truck Images Are Here!

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2025 ram 1500 rev ev electric production truck pickup 2024

Here it is – the production version of the upcoming Ram 1500 REV electric pickup. Ram releases two images of its new battery-electric truck. The company says it will go into production in 2024 and go on sale in Q4 2024. Yes, it’s targeted to go on sale at the end of next year. Here are all the details we have so far.

You can now plunk down a $100 insider membership fee to pre-order one of these trucks and stay informed about upcoming Ram REV events and first-drive opportunities. This can be down at RamREV.com.

We still don’t have any specs on the production version of the truck, but we can see that it will not retain the suicide door configuration we saw on the concept truck. In fact, it appears to have the same crew cab as the current internal combustion Ram 1500. The frunk seems to be available. It’s still not clear if the 8-lug wheels are part of a four-wheel-steer system. The truck is likely to have a height-adjustable suspension (at least with some configurations).

We have more images and information about this electrified pickup truck. The interior of the Ram 1500 REV appears to be very similar to the current Ram 1500 lineup. It shows what appears to be a 12-inch vertical high-resolution center infotainment screen. This is not a bad thing because this allows Ram to put many redundant buttons around the screen to help the driver and passenger to change the climate control settings and other features.

The images confirm that the Ram REV pickup will have a height-adjustable air suspension, Eco mode, hill-descent control, lockable axle for improved off-road capability, an integrated trailer brake controller, and trailer steering assist. There are also a drive mode and off-road mode selector that shows aggressive all-terrain tires.

The EV-specific screens show the capability to power devices inside the frunk and the bed. There is a mode for vehicle-to-vehicle charging, and bidirectional vehicle-to-home/grid charging.

Here is a look at the Ram Revolution concept truck.