The electric version of Ram’s 1500 pickup is being shown during the Super Bowl, and you can pre-order the truck before production starts next year.
Ram has revealed the production version of the Ram 1500 REV electric pickup.
It looks similar to the gas-powered Ram, unlike the dramatic Ram electric pickup concept shown last month.
The Ram 1500 REV will be shown during a Super Bowl ad tonight, and production starts next year.
The production version of the Ram 1500 REV electric pickup is here, and it looks quite different from Ram’s dramatic EV concept truck first shown last month. As with the Ford F-150 Lightning, the electric Ram’s styling is much like the gas truck’s, only with futuristic headlights and taillights and unique wheels.
Other than its more modern-looking front and rear ends, the 1500 REV’s shape is nearly identical to any other Ram pickup’s. This version has a crew-cab body and a short bed, although Ram hasn’t yet said if it will offer any other configurations. Underneath the similar body lies a different platform, as the REV rides on a new architecture called STLA Frame, which is purpose-built for body-on-frame EV models. Ram has also confirmed that a range-extender version with a gasoline engine will be offered. Based on the conventional look of this production truck, we don’t expect it to incorporate many of the concept version’s more outlandish features, such as its third-row jump seats, but there is a frunk.
Ram will be showing the REV during a Super Bowl commercial tonight and is opening a website called RamREV.com for customers to reserve a spot in line. By placing a $100 refundable deposit, you join a membership program called REV Insider+. Ram also said it would release initial details about the truck as part of this rollout, so we might expect to see information about its power output, battery size, and range estimates.
Production of the Ram 1500 REV won’t start until next year, so we’ll have plenty of time to learn more about the electric truck’s specs and features before it starts reaching customers in 2024.