RAM’s First EV Pickup Will Begin Production in 2024

RAM’s concept for first full-electric pickup truck was revealed on Thursday.

RAM displayed the concept of its first EV pickup at the Consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas, this Thursday. The EV is said to begin production by 2024. 

The RAM 1500 Revolution BEV styled a futuristic look with its sleek and modern design. The car has a full-LED RAM display with tuning fork designs on each side. The doors open away from each creating a grand style opening. The EV has a spacious interior and can be set to different themes such as party mode, relax mode, or productivity mode. A third row of jump seats transforms the car into a comfortable area for taking long road trips. These can be set by adjusting the opacity of the glass, seating position, and the displays. The removable lower section can be placed outside the vehicle or in the truck bed.

As written in Arstechnica, RAM CEO, Mike Koval Jr. aims to deliver the best electric pickups in the market by pushing past all its competitors. The truck also has an AI assistant and shadow mode that allows the EV to follow the driver when walking.

The RAM pickup displayed limited technical specs as it has two more until production commences.


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