The RAM electric pickup truck will become a reality in 2024. The new product will have excellent performance. The SUV will be the first in a long list of new products.
RAM was one of the leading brands at the Stellantis EV Day presentation event. The concern has unveiled some of the keys to the roadmap that the pickup brand will follow in the field of electrification.
RAM is ready to enter the world of electrification. The firm, along with 14 other brands, is part of the giant automotive conglomerate Stellantis and will pursue an ambitious electrification strategic plan. Some clues to this roadmap were revealed at EV Day, an event in which the electric car is the protagonist.
Stellantis has dispelled some doubts about RAM’s electrification bid. This was what was suspected, and even certain statements from high-ranking officials of the American company opened the door to such an opportunity.
We can already say that the electric RAM 1500 will become a reality. This is one of the confirmed novelties. And it will be launched soon.
One of the new features of this electrification festival is the electric RAM 1500. The model will compete with the new Ford F-150 Lightning and even the future Tesla Cybertruck.
The production of the electric RAM 1500 on the STLA Frame platform will begin in 2024. This architecture will allow autonomously to cover a distance of up to 800 kilometers.
RAM ensures that this model, despite being electrified, does not lose power, performance or power. Plus, you’ll have the most advanced technology in terms of connectivity and even charging. The RAM 1500 BEV battery can be charged at fast charging points up to 150 kW. It will also be equipped with a drive mode selector.
RAM has proposed to offer 100% electrified solutions by 2025 in most of the segments in which it is present. Its electrification technology is called RAM eTechnology. RAM will be fully electrified by 2030. Moreover, during the event, the brand showed a whole series of vehicles covered with tarpaulin. This is a hint of a powerful product offensive.