Dodge has announced it will officially unveil its Ram 1500 Revolution electric truck and the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas on January 5, 2023. Ahead of the official reveal, the automaker shared a teaser image of the concept truck, not revealing many new details from its previous teaser images.
Aside from the image and the reveal date, the press release from Dodge doesn’t provide any detail at all about the upcoming electric truck, other than it will debut in 2024, and seems to focus more on the abilities of the gas-powered Ram 1500 and 3500.
Dodge uses wording like “redefine the pickup truck segment” and “exclusive advanced technology features,” without providing any details about what those features might be. There is no mention of the truck’s expected range, towing capacity, or any other details that might excite prospective owners.
Those will hopefully come on January 5.
The one interesting part about the release is that this isn’t the only electric vehicle under the Ram brand the automaker is working on, saying that electric versions will be offered “in the majority of its segments by 2025.”
Ram will offer electrified solutions in the majority of its segments by 2025, and all of its segments no later than 2030. Ram electric vehicles, including the Ram 1500 BEV production vehicle that debuts in 2024, will push past the competition as leaders in a combination of areas truck customers care about the most: range, towing, payload and charge time.
Stellantis, the parent company of Ram and the fourth biggest automaker in the world, has previously announced plans to spend more than $35 billion to electrify its lineup of vehicles.
The automaker said all of its EVs will be built on four electric platforms – STLA Small, STLA Medium, STLA Large, and STLA Frame, with the Ram 1500 and other electric trucks being built on the Frame platform.