General Motors rival Stellantis is teasing the up-and-coming Ram EV, an all-electric iteration of the brand’s light-duty pickup truck set for an official reveal this fall. When it goes on sale, the battery-powered Ram EV will compete with the new Chevy Silverado EV.
Stellantis recently posted a brief teaser video that gives us a quick preview of the new Ram EV. Clocking in at just 15 seconds in length, the video includes a shot of the Ram logo, which is gussied up in a new font associated with the brand’s all-electric vehicle efforts, followed by a shadowy teaser image of the new truck’s front end, complete with lighting signatures.
The video was posted to Ram Trucks’ social media feed with the caption “Time to steal some thunder. Unleashing Fall 2022.”
Check it out right here:
— Ram Trucks (@RamTrucks) April 25, 2022
Previously, Stellantis shared preview images of the new Ram EV that showed the pickup in the front three quarters and rear three quarters views. The images are dark renderings that reveal only small design details, but once again include the pinched front-end lighting signatures, as well as the stylized Ram script and squared-off taillights.
Following the reveal of the new Ram EV this fall, the new all-electric pickup will launch in 2024. Ram is now inviting interested customers to “join the movement and help shape the future of Ram” via the brand’s Ram Revolution webpage.
As a reminder, General Motors unveiled the fully electric Chevy Silverado EV earlier in the year at the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show, pulling the wraps on a fully electric version of the popular pickup nameplate. The General revealed two trim levels, including the fleet-oriented Silverado EV WT, as well as the well-appointed Silverado EV RST. Motivation is derived from a dual-motor e4WD powertrain incorporating GM Ultium Battery technology and GM Ultium Drive motor technology, with range-per-charge estimated at 400 miles. Production will commence early next year at the GM Factory Zero plant in Michigan.