The Ram 1500 Revolution BEV Concept electric pickup truck was unveiled at CES by Stellantis. A third row of seats, a portable dash screen, and many more unique and distinguished features were teased by the company.
It offers a glimpse into the future and exemplifies how the pickup truck market will be redefined by the top truck brand in the sector. It hopes to accomplish this by providing the greatest electric pickups currently available, outperforming what rivals have to offer.
The cutting-edge Ram 1500 Revolution BEV Concept exhibits its dedication to electric vehicle leadership while showcasing a truckload of cutting-edge features. With the introduction of the 1500 BEV Concept, Ram continues to add features that are industry-defining.
It incorporates technology, a fully connected customer experience as well as advanced mobility features to reinvent the customer experience. Moreover, it contains a few EV-only features that were made possible by the extra room created by the absence of an internal combustion engine.
The seamless connectivity provided by the Ram 1500 BEV Concept transforms the driving and passenger experiences.
Ram trucks’ stunning, cutting-edge external design is what they’ll look like in the future. The Ram’s brand-new visage has an animated “R-A-M” badge and an animated full LED “tuning fork” headlamp design.
It has grand saloon-style doors that have been reinvented with an expansive occupant space and no B pillars.
A new interior arrangement provides, even more, versatility, allowing for the configuration of workspaces with a center console that can be removed and folded flat.
The 1500 BEV Concept from Ram introduces a feature that is a first in the industry: third-row jump seats, adding to the company’s long list of features that are industry-shaping.
Features for powered middle-row jumpable seats with a removable lower portion allow for a pass-through and into the trunk that can fit objects up to 18 feet long and allow for a variety of flexible seating combinations.
The vehicle has a dual, 28-inch screen display, a heads-up augmented reality screen display and a panoramic moonroof. Also, the second 14.2-inch dashboard screen is portable. One can carry it around like a tablet for various business and personal uses.
The electric truck is constructed on the new and revolutionary STLA battery architecture, for which Stellantis is investing in solid-state batteries and which will power Stellantis EVs in the future. With full underbody aero panels, an active diffuser, and a battery pack that is specifically incorporated for full-size electric vehicles, it will efficiently incorporate the battery pack.
It is equipped with an all-wheel drive and powered by two electric drive modules. With 800-volt DC rapid charging at up to 350 kW, the Ram 1500 Revolution BEV Concept can increase its range by up to 100 miles in just ten minutes.
For improved vehicle mobility, the Ram 1500 Revolution BEV Concept has four-wheel steering with up to 15 degrees of flexibility.
The driver remains connected to the car even when the driver is outdoors. The vehicle will literally follow the driver if they activate the Shadow Mode with their voice, which according to Stellantis may be advantageous in instances where the driver wants to move a vehicle. This option, according to Stellantis, may be handy in circumstances where the driver wants to move a short distance and doesn’t want to get back in the truck, such as when picking up tools or equipment from a job site.
Ram 1500 BEV will be the industry leader in a number of areas that matter most to customers, including range, towing, payload, and charge time.
In the coming years, the entire Ram portfolio will provide electrified options with groundbreaking, cutting-edge technology. Ram’s journey toward electrification supports Stellantis’ Dare Forward 2030 strategic goal, which aims to create high-tech, environmentally friendly, dependable, and cost-effective mobility solutions.
Range of Models
The final version, which will enter production in 2024, won’t be an exact replica of the concept car, but it will have features and aesthetics that are comparable. It will be available at a variety of costs and trim levels, which will be revealed in the upcoming months. Customers who desire base-level models as well as those who want more expensive luxury and technology are the target market. They aim to provide options for everyone.