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Ram Playing Catch-Up With New Revolution Electric Truck Debut – Review Geek

Ram Playing Catch-Up With New Revolution Electric Truck Debut – Review Geek

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The concept is cool, but we’re waiting for a production model.

Ram Revolution electric truck concept.Stellantis

Ram finally debuted its Revolution electric truck concept at CES 2023 with stylish good looks and plenty of gimmicks, but the announcement wasn’t very technical. In early 2022 we got our first glimpse of the upcoming RAM 1500 EV, which should arrive in 2024, but Stellantis is clearly catching up.

The truck company entered the CES stage and launched a bountiful electric truck. The new Ram Rev (I guess that’s what they call it) looks like a futuristic vehicle, especially compared to the Cybertruck.

Ram showcased stunning French doors that open outward from the center, a huge center console with dual screens and a detachable screen that doubles as a tablet, Ram’s popular multi-function tailgate and much more. The Ram Revolution concept even has removable third-row seats, but that’s more of a gimmick for the concept. That’s because these seats are almost in the back of the cab, are removable and can double as camp chairs. Again, it looks cool, but that’s just a concept.

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As you can see in the CES reveal video above, the new Ram Revolution concept has a lot to offer fans. We see a wild cargo area full of attachment points, an all-glass panoramic roof, and even a walk-through compartment in the trunk (front trunk) for cabin access to the cargo area. Additionally, Ram said the Revolution concept can carry cargo up to 18 feet in length between the bed, cabin and storage compartment.

There’s even a new “Shadow Mode” where owners can use the Ram Rev’s voice-activated AI assistant to follow them around a construction site. The truck, using its suite of cameras and sensors, can quickly move a few meters down an entrance or safely to the next section of a construction site without the driver having to get back in.

The Ram Revolution looks like a truck version of the electric Dodge Charger SRT we saw late last year, willy-nilly. By that I mean it’s mostly a concept full of fun gimmicks, neat ideas and sleek lines, but we still have no idea what to expect from a production model.

After The edgeRalph Gilles, chief design officer for multiple brands at Stellantis, said this concept is an “open letter to our fan base” and hopes to gain valuable feedback as the company continues to work on production of the RAM EV truck.

With the Ford F-150 Lightning EV already on the market, the Rivian R1T sold out everywhere, and both the Silverado EV and Cybertruck starting production this year, RAM is a bit behind the competition.

During the announcement, the company said the Ram Revolution Concept “sets a bold new standard for the future of electric trucks.” He then reiterated that being late to the game isn’t a bad thing, and that when the Ram truck finally hits the road, it’ll be “best in class” and the competition in performance, range, towing and things that trucks do -Users surpass, surpass will attach importance.

Stellantis still promises 500-mile range, 100-mile recharge in 10 minutes, AWD with all-wheel steering, and more. Finally, the company plans to unveil a near-production-ready consumer version of its electric truck later this year ahead of the 2024 release.

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