The Ram 1500 BEV will arrive in 2024.
Ram Trucks, now a Stellantis brand, confirmed the arrival of their first EV today. Entering production in 2024, the brand aims to launch a fully electric Ram 1500.
Simply dubbed the ‘Ram 1500 BEV’ in today’s presentation, the truck will no doubt play a major role in the sustainable future of the brand.
Although little is known about it currently, the Ram 1500 BEV will probably be a direct competitor to the likes of the Ford F-150 Lightning and Tesla Cybertruck. More expensive variants could potentially rival premium trucks such as the Rivian R1T too. Currently the ICE Ram 1500 starts at $32,595 with pricing rising up to around $90,000 for certain versions.
The Ram 1500 will be joined by a host of other all-electric Dodge / Chrysler products in the future. One such example teased appeared to be a mid-sized EUV. Expect to hear more on this in the coming months.
Furthermore, an all-electric Dodge muscle car was teased at the event. Dubbed the eMuscle, it is likely a Challenger or Charger successor. Also arriving in 2024, it will use one of Stellantis’ dedicated electric vehicle platforms providing up to 500 miles of range. According to Dodge it will be “a nod to the future, which will bring about another great automotive era – the era of the electrified muscle car.”
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