Stellantis’ Dodge Ram 1500 Revolution EV pickup unveiled at CES
The American electric pickup beast has been unleashed — the Dodge Ram 1500 Revolution EV pickup concept was showcased at this year’s Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas and features Stellantis’ body-on-frame EV platform (STLA) and contains two electric motors and four-wheel drive. The concept is based on the popular Ram 1500 pickup truck, which has been redesigned and reengineered to run on electricity.
The Dodge Ram 1500 Revolution EV should be able to boast a range of 250 to 300 miles on a single charge, making it a great option for both city and long-distance driving. Exact specifications were not provided by the American marque, but they have confirmed that it’ll run on an 800-volt architecture.
The interior of the truck is also designed to provide maximum comfort, with a spacious two-row cabin and advanced technology features such as a large 28-inch dual touchscreen display. The bottom half of the display can even be detached as utilized as a tablet. This system allows the user to activate the EV pickup’s Level 3 autonomous driving and Shadow Mode that enables the truck to follow the driver on foot. Yes, you read that correctly, this truck’s an electric pet beast.
Also featured within the cabin are suicide doors, a retractable center console for more space, and an electro-chromatic glass roof with individual panels that can be darken independently. On its exterior, the truck has a low roofline and an LED fascia and rear giving it an electrified vibe.
We also expect the Dodge Ram 1500 Revolution EV pickup to match its towing capacity with its competitors at a 10,000 pound max tow, allowing it to handle heavy loads and tough jobs with ease.
According to Ram, the 2024 Ram 1500 Revolution EV pickup is scheduled for a full reveal in the upcoming months, so stay tuned.